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Partnerships for Profit & Purpose Webinar Series

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As an introduction to our “Partnerships for Profit & Purpose Workshops in November, we are running several complimentary webinars. These free webinars will give you an overview of the Shared Value concepts, and introduce you to Andrew Hamilton and Phil Preston, and their wealth of expertise in developing partnerships and collaboration.

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What's the Difference between Philanthropy, CSR and Shared Value? 3rd October, 12,30pm

With greater focus on inclusive business and the link between profit and purpose, there are several approaches companies can use, including philanthropy, corporate social responsibility and shared value. In what circumstances could or should they use each one? What's the benefit from the corporate perspective? And how can not-for-profits and charities tap into the trend to create deeper partnerships? This first webinar in a series of three presented by Andrew Hamilton and Phil Preston will help you differentiate the approaches and provide practical guidance in knowing when to use each one.

7 Hot Tips for Partnership Success 17th October, 12.30pm

Creating partnerships between companies and not-for-profits can look easy on paper but the reality is that it requires new types of collaborative conversations. How are these different from those used in standard business partnerships? What might you need to do differently? How can you maximise the benefits for all parties and avoid win-lose (or lose-lose) outcomes? It's about creating the right foundations and the 7 supporting actions that underpin them. In this second webinar in a series of three presented by Andrew Hamilton and Phil Preston you'll learn how to accelerate and improve your partnership success.

What's the difference between social enterprise, collective impact, shared value, impact investments, social investment bonds, ESG and more?" 31st October, 12.30pm

These are common terminologies that are used across a broad spectrum of events and activities – but where did they eventuate, what do they mean, and what are the overlaps? And what is audience for each? In this webinar we will share our experiences and knowledge of each practice, and give you the opportunity to contribute your ideas and knowledge of when to use each idea to greatest impact.

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