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Legal Structure for Social Enterprise

When Wednesday 21st February 2018 11:00am - 1:00pm
Where  Basestation, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga View Map
Who Ākina Foundation
  • What is the right legal structure for your social enterprise?
  • What are the pros and cons of the different options?
  • What about having a charitable status?

Find out answers to these questions and more at our legal structure workshop.
This workshop will cover:

- When a social enterprise needs to operate under a legal structure

- The pros and cons of the more common legal structures for social enterprise

- What charitable status means and how it might affect your activities as a social enterprise

- The role of governing documents, policy and people in the governance of a social enterprise

- The proposed legal structure for NZ that has been developed.

You will gain a full picture of what needs to be considered when creating a legal structure under which to operate your social enterprise.
Meet other like-minded people and leave with a better understanding of the next steps and what services are available to support you.

This FREE 2-hour workshop is for Community Organisations, Social Entrepreneurs, Funders and all Supporters of Social Enterprise.

Presented by Eve Jolly and Rachel Glasier from the Ākina Foundation.

Eve has experience in social enterprise, human rights and law. She is interested in how community-led engagement with government can drive positive social change.
Eve has spent a number of years in Eastern Europe undertaking advocacy for government reform across socio-economic sectors including in anti-trafficking, disability education and orphanage care. She was part of a team that built a regional coalition of non-profits to monitor human rights in nine countries.
More recently, Eve lived in New York where she advised and mentored a cohort of change-makers from around the world to strengthen their professional capability, and ran a social enterprise to address food insecurity among communities devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
Eve has core skills in project management, strategy development, programme design and capacity building. In 2014 she obtained an MA in Human Rights from Columbia University, plus holds a LLB and BA (politics).

Rachel is Ākina’s Partnership and Development Director. Rachel joined the organisation when she returned to New Zealand in 2012 after spending 13 years working in Sydney, London and New York.
Rachel studied Information Systems and Information Management leading her to spend the early part of her career working in sales, business development, marketing and digital marketing/analytics in New York and London. While in London Rachel worked for Digital Analytics startup, Hitwise Inc and moved to New York after six years to help grow US operations.
Following the sale of Hitwise, Rachel left to join social enterprise technology start-up, Catchafire Inc in NYC. Rachel’s role as Head of Revenue was to develop revenue streams for the fledgling company and hire a high performing team to achieve mission and financial goals.
Rachel returned to New Zealand to be close to family and currently lives in Mount Maunganui.

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