Networking and Partnerships
Networking and Partnerships is the second module in the ViSEnet learning materials – and offers practical guidance to explain the benefits of networking and collaborations for social enterprises in the rural context.
A more in-depth breakdown of these chapters is given below. Note that it isn’t necessary to work your way through all of the chapters, and you can dip in and out as you need.
Networking and Partnerships builds on the information and skills learned from Module 1, and goes on to explain the basics of networking, how to host and attend events, and why it’s important to have a wide network of peers and supporters to reach out to, and learn from.
The final chapter explains the benefits of partnership working for smaller, rural enterprises – who can come together to deliver services and create impact which would be more difficult, or impossible to achieve through working independently.
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Social Enterprise Networking
How To Organise Networking Activities
Guidance for Digital Networking
Social Enterprise Learning Exchanges