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Social Enterprise Festival

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NSW's first Social Enterprise Festival, in the heart of Sydney.

A free, family-friendly event that is perfect for individuals of all ages who want to make a positive impact in their community and the world.

The festival provides a fun and engaging atmosphere where you can learn about the latest trends and best practices in social enterprise and connect with like-minded individuals and organisations.

Discover products and services that are good for the environment and society but also high quality, fun and meet their needs. Meet the entrepreneurs behind these social enterprises and learn about the impactful work they are doing.

Discover the goods, services and impact of more than 50 social enterprises, including stallholders, workshops, food trucks and panel

  • The Bread and Butter Project
  • The Social Outfit
  • Hotel Etico
  • StartSomeGood
  • Good Coffee Project
  • Plate It Forward
  • Somali Welfare and Cultural Centre
  • The Sewing Basket (Achieve Australia)
  • Revolve Recycling
  • Soft Landing
  • Green Connect
  • Chocolate On Purpose
  • Ignite (SSI)
  • FutureTech Association Australia
  • Goods 4 Good
  • Welcome Merchant
  • Mates on the Move
  • Avenue (Fighting Chance)
  • All of the Good Things
  • RoseyRavelston Books
  • Lost in Books (Think+DO Tank Foundation)
  • The Easy Read Toolbox
  • 107 Projects
  • Unchained Solutions
  • Glow Up Careers
  • Velocity Empowerment
  • Community Flower Studio
  • Reverse Garbage
  • The Reconnect Project

Whether you're a looking to make more informed purchasing decisions or just looking for a fun and educational outing, this festival is the perfect opportunity to learn, connect and inspire change together.  

Entry is free. Donations welcome.

The Social Enterprise Festival is proudly supported by City of Sydney, UTS, Westpac Foundation and Leaders for IMPACT.

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