Capacity Building Workshop on Business Model Canvas

Join Lisa Stepanovic and Moses Adeyemi, Capacity Building leads, for this interactive, hands-on business planning workshop. It’s vitally important that we arm our local communities with the tools and expertise to help them develop their own socially conscious projects.

In this session, you’ll learn how to map out your business planning on a 1-page document. We will explore where your business is currently and use the Business Model Canvas to forecast where you would like it to go. You can use this type of versatile canvas template to map out your business, as well as individual projects.

“This session is essential for anyone who needs to get their plans on paper without the headache of pages and pages of business planning. It’s helped me to identify the current status of my businesses and enabled me to forecast a realistic vision in terms of future impact, customers, and social value.” – Participant

The Foundation for Future London’s Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund Capacity Building Programme aims to provide a platform for knowledge sharing and offer networking and partnership opportunities. The programme is designed with an inclusive approach, representing participants’ feedback. The programme will champion inclusivity and wellbeing throughout.

This event is free and open to individuals, organisations and businesses working and living across the local communities in the London Boroughs of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.

What else do you need to know?

When: Tuesday 4 January 2022, 6pm – 7.30pm

Where: Zoom (Link to be emailed to you prior to the event)

Please register your place and we will send you details about how to participate closer to the time. Places will be made available on a first come, first served basis.


About your Host

The Foundation for Future London is pleased to be working with Lisa Stepanovic, who will be leading the Capacity Building Programme. Lisa is a working-class, award-winning social entrepreneur, experienced businesswoman, activist, and mentor who was born and raised in London’s East End. She is best known as the founder of Social Ark; Social Ark builds on Lisa’s many years of experience in running her own businesses and supporting hundreds of entrepreneurs on their journey, especially those from working-class backgrounds who often find themselves excluded from mainstream incubator and accelerator programmes.

Follow Lisa here: @Lisa_Stepanovic

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