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National | The What & Why of Social Procurement | Thursday 24 October 2024

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Event description

New to social procurement?   

This introductory session is your head start in understanding business for good, and how you can become a champion of business for good.  

In one-hour, this interactive online workshop will cover the 'What' and the 'Why' of social procurement.  

Who should attend   

  • Individuals and professionals who want to gain insights into social procurement and become champions of 'business for good',
  • if you are interested in understanding the 'What', and the 'Why' of social procurement,
  • those looking to explore the impact of social enterprise procurement on ESG and sustainability goals.

Why you should attend  

    • Learn why social enterprise procurement is the most impactful way to meet your ESG and sustainability goals,   
    • unpack why businesses and governments are adopting this approach, and what policy settings influence the Australian context,
    • discover what makes a social enterprise, how they are certified, and how you can increase your spend with them, 
    • find out the latest social procurement impact statistics and how deliberate purchasing decisions can make a positive impact on communities,   
    • hear the lived experiences of our social enterprise guest speakers,  
    • discuss the challenges in social procurement with a network of like-minded professionals,
    • meet our Social Procurement Services team here to support your social procurement activities.

    Social Traders membership provides you with the support to build the structures and practices to create and manage a lasting social procurement strategy.

    The details  

    Online registration is essential and will close at 10am the day prior unless booked out.  

    Please contact our events team with any questions or queries 

    Join us and get started in leading the charge for social enterprise procurement! 

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