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Ready, SET, Go – Social Enterprise Bus Tour

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Jump on board for an inspiring bus tour with the South Australian Social Enterprise Council and Social Traders showcasing social enterprises who are driving positive impact in South Australia.

Join purpose-led founders, social business leaders and good people doing great things across community, business and government. This unique networking and learning opportunity will give you ample opportunity to ask questions, connect with others interested in supporting business for good, touch, feel, taste and see some of the enterprises designed for impact.

You’ll hear from the founders of a range of social enterprises at various stages of development, see what’s happening on the ground, expand your network and learn from others about business for good.

This event is in association with the Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF) being held in Brisbane, Australia in September 2022! SEWF is the flagship event for the global social enterprise community, providing space for purpose-led people, policymakers, philanthropists, intermediaries and entrepreneurs to connect, learn and be inspired. You'll hear from Tom Allen of Impact Boom and the Social Enterprise World Forum Advisory Board as he reflects on his experiences and learnings from the growth of the social enterprise environment in Queensland.

9:00am - Meet at the Foodprint Experience Cafe (111 Franklin St, Adelaide) to grab a coffee, honour our traditional owners and hear from the founder, Melissa Rayner about her sustainable cafe.

Stop 1 - Meet the team behind One Culture who will share how they create inclusive opportunities for people of multicultural backgrounds and those with disabilities.

Stop 2 - Meet three social enterprises that are part of SA Group Enterprises - Blend Creative, Electronic Recycling Australia and Bounce Back to learn how they create meaningful employment for people with disabilities and diverting waste from landfill.

Stop 3 - Enjoy a delicious lunch at the Healthy Living Precinct, hear from Rapid Enterprise Development (RED) founder Guy Turnbull and wander around a pop-up marketplace of social enterprises.

Stop 4 - APY Art Collective in Thebarton is the final destination on our bus tour, recently moved we are fortunate to be visiting the studio space and learn more about the artists of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands.

3:15pm - Return to the Franklin St Bus Station and say our goodbyes!

Ticket price include bus ticket, gift bag, lunch and great company.

Additional support and sponsorship has been received from Bonterra, Impact Boom and Blend Creative.

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