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Welcome to October.

It's a very big month, but also an exciting one for us here at Moral Fairground as we see the development of what we have been able to achieve for this year's Ethical Enterprise Conference Program. We have a line up of inspirational Ethical Enterprise Award Finalists and Early Ethical Entrepreneurs; cannot wait to see who this year's winners will be.
In a few days, I will be off to the Social Enterprise Wold Forum in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) with the Australian delegation, a once in a life time experience which I cannot wait to share with you at the Conference.

Enjoy the rest of the newsletter.

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The countdown begins... 13 days to go.......

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There are only 13 days to go to this year Ethical Enterprise Conference and you will not be disappointed with this year event, with over 50 speakers and presenters, workshops, collaboration tools, and panel discussions exploring the topic of "Collaboration for Change", it will be epic!!!

We are stoked to have Matt Wicking as our official Ethical Enterprise Conference MC, Matt creative talents will bring some great surprises to the conference. Matt is a long- time advocate for environmental and social justice causes and sings with Melbourne band, The General Assembly.

Conference ticket sales will close on the 25th of October at 11.59pm

Don't miss out this annual event offering great opportunities to set some goals on how to collaborate to achieve better, more successful and more impactful outcomes outcomes for your enterprise. Check out the full program, but here are just some of the speakers.

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Gill Mailman CEO MJB Solutions & Managing Director Indigenous Wealth Hub PANEL: “Collaborating in the Indigenous business sector”

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Nick Savaidis Founder and Director – Etiko Fair Trade PANEL: “Collaboration from the Trenches”

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Lisa Boothby Executive Director – Social Traders PANEL: “Network collaboration for positive change”

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Rod Little Former Co-Chair and Director – National Congress of Australia’s First People PANEL: “CollaborAction: Collaboration case studies – the good, the bad, the downright ugly.”

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Helen Steel Chief Executive Officer – Shared Value Project PANEL: “Network collaboration for positive change”

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David Carbines Facilitator – Collaboration from the Trenches Co-Founder – Red Hat Impact PANEL: “Collaboration from the Trenches”

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Have you booked you tickets for the Ethical Enterprise Award Dinner yet?

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Ethical Enterprise Award Dinner tickets

Tickets for this year Ethical Enterprise Award dinner will close on the 21st of October at 11.59pm.

If you have booked yourself at the Conference, we highly recommend you attend the Ethical Enterprise Award dinner where you will be able to relax and enjoy the company of like minded people over a three course sit down meal and plenty of sparkling to go around.

You will also be hearing from this year Ethical Enterprise Award Finalists and be part of the excitement when the winners are announced. Our passionate MC Kim Pearce of the Possibility Project will make the evening even more special. A perfect way of really getting to know people.

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11 Things to Consider Before Collaborating

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Social Change Central

Over the last four weeks, Moral Fairground has run a number of sessions called “The Collaborator”, where we have asked the business community to come together to collaborate on a social issue.
While running these sessions and establishing stories for the conference, it became apparent that in business collaboration everyone strives to share resources, support each other’s endeavours, increase market share, learn new approaches and contribute to a much larger impact. But without a true understanding of what is involved in collaborating, collaboration could fall short.
Read the full article on Social Change Central to see what we have learnt.

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Out and about

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The Essential Sessions

Businesses that demonstrate what they do for society and the environment are future-proofing their success. They’re driven by the fast-growing wave of consumers who expect more from the businesses they support.
If you see your organisation in this way, The Essential Sessions on 14 & 15 November is for you.
Some of the country’s leading mentors and facilitators will guide you to define your social purpose and show you how to communicate it effectively. Transform everyday work into purpose-led business. Get practical advice. Join workshops. Connect Donkey Wheel House, Melbourne TICKETS SELLING FAST

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The Story Conference

Celebrating it's 10 year anniversary, the Story Conference is running at the atmospheric Abbotsford Convent from November 27-29th themed on creating change one story at a time with a focus on Work, Health and Well-being. With 32 amazing interactive workshops covering four streams exploring - Personal Development and Transformation, Storytelling tools and techniques, Communities and Organisations, Well-being.
Read more in the program HERE
Register HERE Moral Fairground supporters have access to a 20% discount Discount Code "MoralFairground".

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Meet The Australian Delegation Heading To The Social Enterprise World Forum In Ethiopia

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In a few days we'll be off to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia together with this amazing lot of Australian delegates to attend the Social Enterprise World Forum 2019 Thank you Impact Boom for the write up and looking forward to meeting the rest of the group.

A STRONG DELEGATION OF 58 AUSTRALIANS IS SOON TO HEAD TO THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE WORLD FORUM IN ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA, FOR WHAT IS SET TO BE AN AMAZING OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP THE SECTOR GLOBALLY.

The theme of this year’s Forum is local traditions, fresh perspectives and it’s the first SEWF to be held in a developing economy.

The broad range of practitioners, government representatives, academia, philanthropists and students who make up the Australian delegation are united in their joint aspiration of developing the Australian social enterprise sector and SEWF presents the great opportunity for international exchange and dialogue. Delegates will be forming new connections with global leaders and doers from the sector and will be sharing their learnings from the forum both on social media and at a range of Australian events later this year.

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