Thank you to Justice Connect and Swinburne Uni for the opportunity to meet with other Social Enterprises at different stages of their journey to explore the evolving nature of Social Enterprises in this country and around the World.
This was my first experience with “Lego Play”. We were encouraged by facilitators from Swinburne Uni to model our structures and challenges using Lego. It was amazing how this creative approach informed our conversation.
We look forward to hearing the collective thoughts on how this might become policy in the future.
Real Time Learning see this journey from NFP to Enterprise as very important in the Social Purpose Marketplace.
It was awesome that The Difference Incubator (TDI) on Bourke St volunteered to host these workshops on both occasions.