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Dear All Moral Fairground supporters,

In reflection of the current changes in the world, Moral Fairground is adjusting the theme for the Ethical Enterprise 2020 conference. Re-Think, Re-Set, Re-Boot: Reshaping the Impact Economy. We recognise that our approach to life, in general, will likely be shifting as we move through these times of much unknown. Our mission, as ever, is to bring people together to create networks of like-minded and well-informed individuals who care about People, Planet and purpose. Now more than ever we are being called to intimately review our systems/previous norms and rethink how these could be reinvented to evolve with us.

This event is for everyone who cares about being a part of the way our collective futures look and is shaped. Ranging from government employees to CEOs to for-purpose tech startups, this conference is for people from all communities and backgrounds, anyone who wants to grow with their communities and challenge standards of what is meaningful, impactful and inclusive.

Susanna & the Moral Fairground Team.


Taking the April Networking Event on-line

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Wednesday 29th of April 2020

4:00pm to 6:00pm

This is an on-line event, a link will be sent once you register

With the current pandemic, Moral Fairground will be taking its monthly networking online for the foreseeable future! We believe that now is the perfect time to become more familiar with building sovereignty around our personal and communal health, exploring how we can engage with nature in a more balanced way to replenish health from the ground up.

As a small business, we are aiming to maintain community engagement during this challenging time as well as do our best to accommodate the current challenges that most of us are facing. In light of this, the costing of this event will be on how much you can afford. Find out more about this event here.


How do I stay open for business during the crisis and beyond?

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During this crisis most businesses realize they don’t have a COVID-19 health problem, they have a sales and revenue problem that will impact their ability to make a positive social impact. Smart leaders know they need to act now to adapt and be ready to do business in whatever form it takes moving forward. But how?
To make sure that you don’t miss any opportunities during this crisis, Sue Barrett, CEO of Barrett Consulting and the Selling Better Movement, and Moral Fairground have created a remote learning experience that aims to give you fresh thinking and strategies that work for a 21st-century workplace that is now Business as Unusual across 4 key sessions, continue reading.......

Overview of program structure: The program consists of 4 live webinars, plus 8 week access to the new Barrett Sales Essentials Online Crisis Toolbox and Training Program.

Program details: 4 live webinars in which we work through and build a go-to-market action plan to deal with this crisis and have a positive social impact. Sales Essentials Online Crisis Toolbox and Training Program provides additional insights, tools and tasks to work on your sales strategy, market analysis, leadership challenges, selling remotely, customer communication, mindset and other topics relevant during this crisis

Dates: 4 x 1 hour live webinars scheduled each Monday and Friday over 2 weeks: 11th / 15th / 18th / 22nd May 2020

Time: 9:30AM – 10:30AM each live session.

The online program can be accessed 24/7 for 8 weeks, via computer laptop, tablet or smartphone once you have received your link post registration.

Cost Range: Early Bird is $225 + GST finishing on the 1st of May 2020 or Standard Price is $295 + GST


Updated call our for speakers - Ethical Enterprise Conference 2020

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Updated call out for knowledgeable speakers, facilitators, practitioners, educators who are passionate about sharing information that can really deliver valuable tools and solutions that contribute to the creation of more opportunities to have a positive impact.

Re-Think, Re-Set, Re-Boot: Reshaping the Impact Economy. As 2020 has kicked off with a series of life-changing events, we are being called to intimately review our impact economy, systems of business and our communities. It is a time to rethink how these could be reinvented to evolve with us to be more sustainable and supportive to our global economy and ecology. Our mission, as ever, is to bring people together to create networks of likeminded and well-informed individuals who care about People, Planet and purpose.

Applications are open until the 25th of May 2020. Visit our website for detailed information and to apply.


Moral Fairground Happy Hour

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With the current global pandemic and domino effect this has on businesses and communities in general, we understand that everyone is struggling on some level at the moment and we wanted to see if we could do something to help our community of incredible enterprises.

Moral Fairground has been adapting to the circumstances as best as it can and as we take our networking and educational sessions into the digital realm of online conferences, we would like to invite your business to be a part of our weekly live screenings to our community, in which we introduce a different business to our community each week. We want to take this time as an opportunity to develop different types of connections with our community as well as continuing to nurture our human connections at the same time.

Each week we will be sharing information about a business to our audience and this will be recorded and available online via social media for those who don’t catch the live screening.

We are asking businesses to contribute a small fee of $50 to be involved to help cover some of the time we need to prepare to manage and market.


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Abiola Ajetomobi - Asylum Seekers Resource Centre

Forming sustainable opportunities for Fair Living within Melbournes seekers of Asylum

Melbourne is a culturally diverse city that sees unique types of businesses, skills, and information that people bring with them from their homelands. In the current climate we are becoming more aware that embracing traditional practices and understanding each other’s cultural differences can play a huge part in shaping a city that is adaptable and harmonious, and the way we see it, businesses have the power to shape communities and in sharing information, business tools and guidance, culturally diverse communities will be able to positively impact local economies. Education is what enables us to make better choices, which can lead the generation of a rise in sustainable business practices.

Abiola Ajetomobi is a social innovator who is passionate about forming creative and sustainable solutions to increase the economic and social participation of people that would otherwise be left behind in society. Abiola shares that ensuring that the individuals she works with have the level of agency required at all stages of the process is what is at the heart of that. Abiola is extremely passionate about self actualisation and independence of those seeking asylum and refuge. Continue reading........

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