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Lunch Box Forum: Amelia Salmon - Establishing a social enterprise

By Administrator | 19 November 2015

On Wednesday 18 November 2015, Amelia Salmon, Managing Director of SPIRAL Community Hub spoke at an SLQ Business Studio Lunch Box Forum. If you were unable to attend the forum or would like to experience it again, check out this STORIFY to see what happened.

About the talk

Establishing a social enterprise

Learn how to establish a social enterprise and incorporate commercial techniques to maximise positive social impacts of your business.

About Amelia Salmon

Amelia discovered community development practice via a passion for activism and social change and was hooked. Her community development practice and experience is mostly in the fields of micro finance and community enterprise development. Amelia has managed social enterprises as well as supported lots of groups to start them. The methods of community based training, and experiential, creative learning are central to her practice and she as continually explores training methods that work for people who may not have fared well in formal education. Amelia is also the Vice Chair of the QLD Social Enterprise Council; a Statewide peak body for social enterprise.

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