Published: 9 November 2012 at 13:33
Anglia Ruskin to stage free one-day StartChange workshop on Cambridge campus
Anglia Ruskin University has teamed up with Future Business, a leading Cambridge social enterprise, to present the latest StartChange event on Thursday, 29 November.
StartChange, a co-creation of the Centre for Enterprise Development and Research (CEDAR) at Anglia Ruskin and Future Business, is for those leading, starting or even just thinking about starting a social enterprise, and need the tools and inspiration to build or improve their business.
The free event will look in detail at the different marketing challenges facing social enterprises; consider the marketing options available to them; introduce attendees to a novel ‘visual’ approach to creating a marketing plan and give all those attending the opportunity to complete their own visual marketing plan for their idea or venture.
The workshop will be run by Senior Lecturer Ben Mumby-Croft, Deputy Director of CEDAR at Anglia Ruskin and an expert in marketing and brand development.
CEDAR delivers a range of learning, research and consultancy services to entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial businesses, while Mumby-Croft also runs his own visual marketing consultancy, is non-executive director of social enterprise Microgenius (www.microgenius.org.uk) and also mentors numerous other early stage startups in the Cambridge region.