“Once you’ve put that product or package together, consult with a critical friend to see things from a different perspective…”
We’re delighted to share the second video in our series of ‘spotlight sessions’ that aim to inspire both social enterprises and organisations to join the Buy Social movement.
The videos profile social entrepreneurs who have successfully sold to businesses – as well as hearing from the businesses who have chosen to buy social.
Tracey Torley, co-director of food waste and community cooking social enterprise Cracking Good Food, shares her advice for fellow social entrepreneurs having successfully sold cookery classes to a range of organistions. Watch the video here.
The series of videos is part of the Social Enterprise UK’s “Buy Social Local Expansion” project, and is generously supported by the Postcode Lottery.
If you are interested in learning more about the Buy Social movement, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.