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Content Type: Deep Dive
Before your social enterprise can evaluate different pricing strategies for its products, it must first understand two crucial pieces of information. In this deep dive, we will learn how to 1) Understand your social enterprise’s cost structure and 2) Conduct a break-even analysis.
Designing an employee supports program is a multi-phase process. In this deep dive, we cover the third step of the process: designing the program structure and policies.
Building an effective employee supports program for your social enterprise is an essential component of delivering the supports and services that help workers secure, succeed, and advance in employment and get on the pathway to self-sufficiency.
Designing an employee supports program is a multi-phase process. In this deep dive, we will cover the first two steps of the process
Use this simple business model canvas template called “The Impact Canvas” that is tailored for social enterprises to lay out your business idea.
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Understanding pricing power is crucial because it directly influences a company’s ability to thrive and adapt in a dynamic marketplace.
Develop a point of view on how your products are priced relative to competitors in the market.
Double Bottom Line (DBL) financial analysis helps us understand how financially self-sustaining each part of our ESE is. Download this resource to create and analyze your own DBL income statement.
Distinguishing social costs from ordinary business costs enables you to make more informed decisions on managing your budget and making targeted cost reductions.