Review an example of a business plan to gain a perspective on the structure, format and language of an ESE business plan.
Topic: Business Planning
Business Planning Resources
Develop a point of view on how your products are priced relative to competitors in the market.
You can use this tool to determine whether prospective customers are a good fit for the organization and how likely they are to become customers.
Learn more about how to conduct a NPS survey and analysis, and see an example analysis output.
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.
REDF along with Seattle Jobs Initiative (SJI), Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO), and Farestart are offering another round of SNAP E&T Cohorts to assess opportunity and prepare employment social enterprises (ESEs) in becoming Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment & Training (SNAP E&T) third-party partners and/or enhancing existing SNAP E&T programs. The SNAP E&T Cohort opportunity will […]
This Venture Criteria Bank & Template Tool can be used for ESEs to generate, refine, and prioritize a set of venture criteria that will enable them to meet their business, social, and operational goals.
A value proposition is a clear statement that conveys a) how the product or service your social enterprise sells will meet an important and unmet customer need, and b) why these customers should buy from your business vs. a competitor.
Customer experience and feedback refers to formal ongoing processes to solicit customer feedback and incorporate insights into both business strategy and daily operations.