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Social Traders invites you to their webinar

ST certification & Social Procurement – opportunities for South Australian social enterprises

About this webinar

Thursday, April 23rd 2020 | 10:30 AM ACDT 

Event details: 

Organisations across Australia are exploring innovative new approaches to achieving social objectives through social procurement. Momentum is gaining for social procurement in South Australia and now is the time for social enterprises to take advantage of market opportunities that are developing.

Join Social Traders at this event to learn more about: 

Social Traders works to grow the social procurement market. Since 2015, we’ve facilitated $105 million of social procurement deals through our social procurement marketplace. We certify social enterprises and support their growth, and we work with Australian businesses and government departments to incorporate social enterprises into their supply chains.

Who should attend:

  • Social enterprises based in South Australia

Please note: This event is designed for social enterprises who are not yet certified with Social Traders.


 

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    Social Traders Webinar team @ Social Traders

    Social enterprises exist to drive social and environmental change. Buying goods and services from them is the most effective means of breaking the cycle of disadvantage for thousands of Australians.

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    Amy Orange Social Procurement Lead - SA @ Social Traders

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    Emma - Social Traders Joyce Social Enterprise Engagement Manger @ Social Traders

    Social Enterprise Engagement Manager at Social Traders. We run a social enterprise procurement marketplace, working to connect ST certified social enterprises with business and government who are looking to bring social enterprises into their supply chains.

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Buy from social enterprise. Change the lives of disadvantaged Australians

Social enterprises exist to drive social and environmental change. Buying goods and services from them is the most effective means of breaking the cycle of disadvantage for thousands of Australians.