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Welcome to July. We are receiving great interest from potential speakers for this year Ethical Enterprise Conference, from the applications, is very encouraging to see the many examples of collaboration for purpose. Don't forget the Early Bird Offer for the Conference is about to expire, so if you or your team are planning to be part of this year event, get in early to save some money.
Enjoy the rest of the newsletter.

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Take advantage of the Early Bird Package offer expires on the 20th of July 2019

Applications now open-2

Ethical Enterprise Conference 2018 from left to right - Victoria Plaksin MD Trusted Negotiator; Geoff Manchester Co-Founder Intrepid Group; Dina Listmangof Founder & Director HappyGreen Distribution and Anne Miles MD International Creative Services

ONLY UNTIL THE 20TH OF JULY 2019

The Early Bird Package Offer for this year Ethical Enterprise Conference will expire on the 20th of July.

The Ethical Enterprise Conference is in it's 6th year and bring together dynamic speakers, experts and leaders in the business with impact space, profit and not-for-profit, academics and government.

We’ll explore the power of connecting communities, people and businesses, building new alliances with civil society and governments to address the challenges we face. We’ll explore the opportunities that exist for the ethical business sector as a result of collective collaborations, we’ll share stories of how scalable impact is achieved through leadership, innovation, and collaborations.

Join fellow businesses-with-purpose from every possible sector in a friendly and interactive atmosphere offering unrivalled networking opportunities. Industry-leading and cutting-edge content designed to encourage you expand your boundaries, and explore new possibilities, will help the successful businesses of today transition seamlessly to the thriving enterprises of tomorrow.

This year we will explore the topic “collaboration for change

▪ How do we collaborate for change and purpose.
▪ How does collaboration create value and impact.
▪ The changing nature of collaboration at a local and global level.
▪ Collaboration to tackle social and environmental challenges.
▪ Collaboration to drive community outcomes.
▪ How to engage in a collaborative approach.
▪ Cross-sector collaborations.
▪ Collaborative leadership.
How do we collaborate for change and purpose.
How does collaboration create value and impact.
The changing nature of collaboration at a local and global level.
Collaboration to tackle social and environmental challenges.
Collaboration to drive community outcomes.
How to engage in a collaborative approach.
Cross-sector collaborations.
Collaborative leadership.

Check out one of last year's speakers, Jan Owen, Foundation for Young Australians AM & CEO sharing incredible insights on the future of work, how millenniums thrive, portfolio careers, intergenerational workforce, co-design.

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Call out for speakers closing on 20th of July 2019

Applications now open

From left to right, Scott Fry Founder Loving Earth; Peta Granger CEO Lush Australia and Dr. Kaushik Sridhar National Sustainability Manager Regis Healthcare

This year the Ethical Enterpirse Conference theme is “Collaboration for Change”

28th and 29th of October 2019 - Melbourne

Have you got something amazing to share about collaborations that you might have established or have witnessed? Are you a collaborator, have you got tips to share. The call out for speakers for this year Ethical Enterprise Conference closes on the 20h of July.

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Early Ethical Entrepreneur Pitch Competition 2019

EEEPC2019 Applications Open Home

2018 Finalists and judges

Moral Fairground is opening up their doors to receive pitches for the Ethical Enterprise Competition 2019. This is for ethical enterprises that are at the idea stage, or have been established for less than 24 months.

If you have an idea and wanting to start up a business that has the potential to improve the social, economic and environmental conditions of a community, we want to hear from you!

Here are some good reasons to enter, as a winner or finalist you will receive some amazing mentoring to get your idea kick started and great exposure:

▪ Gain visibility and the opportunity to pitch at Ethical Enterprise Conference.
▪ Pitch your idea to a room full of passionate supporters of ethical enterprise – who may want to support your idea to become a reality.
▪ Free ticket to Ethical Enterprise Conference 2019 where you can learn and build networks.
▪ Free ticket to the Ethical Enterprise Award dinner on the evening of the 28th of October 2019.
▪ Prize for finalist – Red Hat Impact will choose one of the early pitch finalists to receive 6 months of free access to its ‘Exploring Growth’ program, where the finalist will get one-on-one business strategy advice and facilitated introductions to assist them in taking the next steps with their idea.
▪ Early Pitch winner will receive “Premium Support” from StartSomeGood to launch their crowdfunding campaign – either at the “Advising Partner” level or a $500 credit towards one of the higher levels. All packages are designed to help you design and launch a great crowdfunding campaign.
▪ Bespoke business modelling and impact management consulting, valued at $1,000, with Dr Chris Dembek and Dr Jodi York from Leadership for Social Impact @ The Centre for Workplace Leadership, authors of the new and free e-book, Actionable Impact Management. This consulting will (1) review and evaluate business models in use (or planned) with particular attention to assessing and maximising stakeholder value creation and capture, and (2) review or develop theory of change and impact management framework.
▪ Goodsmiths brand essence one day workshop valued at $5,750 for the winner of the Early Pitch Competition. It involves a full day and report with the key people involved in the business and is an exercise that will provide great results.
Gain visibility and the opportunity to pitch at Ethical Enterprise Conference.
Pitch your idea to a room full of passionate supporters of ethical enterprise – who may want to support your idea to become a reality.
Free ticket to Ethical Enterprise Conference 2019 where you can learn and build networks.
Free ticket to the Ethical Enterprise Award dinner on the evening of the 28th of October 2019.
Prize for finalist – Red Hat Impact will choose one of the early pitch finalists to receive 6 months of free access to its ‘Exploring Growth’ program, where the finalist will get one-on-one business strategy advice and facilitated introductions to assist them in taking the next steps with their idea.
Early Pitch winner will receive “Premium Support” from StartSomeGood to launch their crowdfunding campaign – either at the “Advising Partner” level or a $500 credit towards one of the higher levels. All packages are designed to help you design and launch a great crowdfunding campaign.
Bespoke business modelling and impact management consulting, valued at $1,000, with Dr Chris Dembek and Dr Jodi York from Leadership for Social Impact @ The Centre for Workplace Leadership, authors of the new and free e-book, Actionable Impact Management. This consulting will (1) review and evaluate business models in use (or planned) with particular attention to assessing and maximising stakeholder value creation and capture, and (2) review or develop theory of change and impact management framework.
Goodsmiths brand essence one day workshop valued at $5,750 for the winner of the Early Pitch Competition. It involves a full day and report with the key people involved in the business and is an exercise that will provide great results.

NOT CONVINCED YET? HAVE A LISTEN TO LAST YEAR FINALIST AND 2ND PRIZE WINNER, DAVE BUDGE FROM JAUNT MOTORS.

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Call out to City of Whittlesea Business Community

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The City of Whittlesea in partnership with Moral Fairground is inviting 16 to 20 local businesses to apply for a series of networking events in a workshop style for businesses or business with purpose in the City of Whittlesea. The workshops will bring together social enterprises, business with purpose and individuals or business that want to explore the opportunity of how through business they can have positive social and environmental outcomes.

Enterprises and individuals must commit to attending all four workshops over a period of 4 to 6 weeks. Each workshop we will bring an expert in a specific area of impact. The workshops will be run as intensive sessions where we will allow time for networking, learning, participating and collaborating

For your business/enterprise to be considered, you need to complete the following form by 20th of July 2019

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Moral Fairground Business Members receive a 30% discount on the Ethical Enterprise Conference Packages

Copy of Message from susanna bevilacqua founder director moral fairground

You can join the Moral Fairground membership at any time to get access to discounts, gain exposure through our range of events and programs or share your initiatives via our networks. Join us today.
moralfairground.com.au/membership
ALREADY A MEMBER AND WANT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE 30% DISCOUNT FOR THIS YEAR ETHICAL ENTERPRISE CONFERENCE?
Email us at so that we can send you the discount code.

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Volunteering opportunities

Copy of Message from susanna bevilacqua founder director moral fairground-2

2018 Volunteers

We have some amazing opportunities for volunteering right now. Leading up to the Ethical Enterprise Conference, the Early Ethical Entrepreneur Pitch Competition, the Ethical Enterprise Award and the Collaborator, we are seeking for people that have an interest in the business with impact space, roles available:
* PR and Marketing - working alongside our Marketing and Communication Manager - to assist in delivering our events' communication strategy
* Administration support - working alongside the Founder to assist with administration, sponsorships, stakeholder engagement
* People - working alongside our Strategy and People Manager to support volunteers
* Special Projects - working alongside our Project and Event Manager to design event concepts and activations.

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Out and about

Why Story Works to Humanise the Workplace

By Two TEDx talkers, Sandy McDonald and Kate Lawrence
Details:
General Assembly 6-8pm July 25 Tickets here and Docklands Library 1-2pm August 5 Tickets here

The fourth Melbourne Soup

When: Sunday the 28th of July
Cost: $15.00
Location: Our Community House
552 Victoria St, North Melbourne VIC
Booking: HERE

Meet the designers

Meet the designers behind emerging, Ethical Clothing Australia accredited brands A.BCH, Allora, R E M U S E and Vege Threads; hear their personal stories, including the break throughs, trials and tribulations in making their mark on the fashion industry, all whilst staying true to their values and making ethically in Australia.
When: Thursday September 5th - 6:45pm
Where: Copland Theatre - The University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus
Tickets: HERE

 
 
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