Social Enterprise New Brunswick
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If you are starting or scaling a social enterprise in New Brunswick,

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Build your capacity

About Social Enterprise

We define social enterprise as a revenue-generating enterprise or project operated by a non-profit organization.

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Briana Cowie, Executive Director ECW

Our participation in the Social Enterprise Traction and Growth program

Developing Social Enterprise To The Next Level

Brilliant Labs is an Atlantic Canadian-based charity supporting youth education

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Julie Kelly from The Saint Croix Vocational Centre

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Social Enterprise Workshop series

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Social Enterprises 101 for Environmental Non-Profits

NouVENTURE Director, Vanessa Paesani, met with people interested in

Staffing your social enterprise with Moncef Lakouas, Executive Director of BCG Moncton

We are defining social enterprise as: a revenue-generating enterprise

Social enterprise as a tool for reconciliation with Nisa Kennedy, JEDI NB

We are defining social enterprise as: a revenue-generating enterprise

Social Enterprise Workshop Series: Marketing your social enterprise

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About Social Enterprise NB

Social Enterprise New Brunswick is stewarded by the Pond-Deshpande Centre at the University of New Brunswick. It was made possible through investment by the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation (ESIC) – this work is addressing Pillar 1 (Income Security) of the 2020 – 2025 ESIC Plan, Priority Action area #3: Make investments through a new social finance fund to increase the capacity and sustainability of social enterprises within non-profit organizations in New Brunswick.

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Advisory Council Members

Marc Henrie

Impact Co-Op

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Donald Hammond

Opportunities NB

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Seth Asimakos

Kaleidoscope Social Impact

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Mandy Burke-Evans

Saint John Learning Exchange

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Charles LeBlanc

Working NB

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Pascal Frenette

CBDC Chaleur

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Past Members

Moncef Lakouas

BGC Moncton

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Marcel LeBrun

12Neighbours

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Frank McBrearty

NB Financial and Consumer Services

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Debbie McInnis

United Way Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick

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 Julie Augustine

Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI)

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André LaPlante

Regional Development Corporation

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