This January I completed my social business canvas my graduation presentation and reflective artifact.
A pdf copy of the Social Business Canvas
SOCIAL BUSINESS CANVAS
MISCONCEPTION THAT FAIRTRADE IS ‘CHARITY.’
ABSENCE AND LITTLE KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING ABOUT FAIRTRADE AND THE FAIRTRADE PRINCIPLES.
LACK OF FAIRTRADE OR FAIRLY TRADED PRODUCTS IN THE UAE AND MENA REGION.
CONNECTING CONSUMERS WITH FAIRTRADE PRODUCERS/ARTISANS.
CREATING SUSTAINABLE LONG TERM INCOME GENERATION FOR FAIRTRADE PRODUCERS.
EDUCATING AND RAISING AWARNESS TO CONSUMERS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESSES AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.
PARTICIPATING AT SPECIALIST MARKETS, EXHIBITIONS AND BOUTIQUES.
VISITING FAIRTRADE PRODUCERS
CONDUCTING AND EDITING INTERVIEWS WITH FAIRTRADE PRODUCERS AND ARTISANS.
WRITING HIGH QUALITY CONTENT BLOGS/VLOGS
DESIGNING PROTOTYPE FAIRTRADE PRODUCTS
Below are some of the flip charts I created for my Social Business Canvas
Social Business Canvas - Problem
Social Business Canvas - Value Propositions
Social Business Canvas - Target Segments
I presented or should I say my graduation video was screened at the graduation ceremony hosted at the Sharjah Gof and Shooting Club 21st January 2019.
What inspired you to start the business?
Here is my Reflective Artifact
Failure Quote - Failure is when you stop trying!
Quote - The Greatest Wealth Is Health
Quote - Self-Care Isn't Selfish
Vegard Olson - Life Coach and expert witness for BSEP and SSE London, workshop at the Good Hotel - July 2018
Jen MacKay - Business coach and presentation expert witness for BSEP and SSE London, workshop at the Good Hotel - July 2018
Quote - Believe in Yourself
Quote - Ben Okri
Jo Van Osch - Mentor, Life Coach, Birmingham, UK
Visit to ENABLE - Dubai Festival City - September 2018
The BSEP ladies (Badiri Social Enterprenerial Programme 2018)
As I end this pioneering programme I would like to take this opportunity to wishes to all the ladies on the programme the very best, may your ideas thrive and flourish.
Wednesday 23rd January I travelled to Sharjah to assist the NAMA (Badiri Academy) and School For Social Entrepreneurs London and Liverpool teams part design the programme for the second cohort.
I was joined by Mariyam Q, Mariam Hoteit and Ayesha.
Process for Co Design
Agenda and Timing
Collage - Part designing the second cohort with the NAMA, Badiry Academy and School for Social Entrpreneurs, Sharjah, UAE - January 2019
Amy Babor of the School For Social Entrepreneurs London with her completed
colour coded Post It Design Sheet
I started the year by enrolling on a play writing course taught by Alex Broun at the Emirates Literature Foundation Shindaga, Dubai.
This month I continued to heal from all my surgeries, raised awareness for Fairtrade Ethical Ramadan 2021 participated in a Wikipedia training session with Whose Knowledge and World Pulse and
was Sister of Ceremonies for the Encourager Party with World Pulse.
This month I continued to heal from all my surgeries, celebrated Fairtrade Fortnight 21 completed my 9th Six Items Challenge with Labour Behind the Label, and
participated in International Women's Day 2021 with The World Fair Trade Organization.
So here I am for the ninth consecutive year participating in the Six Items Challenge with Labour Behind The Label.
This year the challenge commences 17th February - 31st March 2021.
I have decided to participate and support the Six Items Challenge for the ninth year because I started to campaign for garment and factory workers while caring for my mother who had been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer.
The six items challenge means I choose six items of clothing to wear for six weeks.
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