Housing Hope holds social enterprise workshop

EVERETT — HopeWorks, an affiliate of the nonprofit Housing Hope, will hold a free social enterprise workshop 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Ken Schilaty Learning Center, 5908 Evergreen Way, Everett.

Past workshops have included speakers and help with technical training and research in the areas of labor marketing analysis, enterprise feasibility assessment and business plan writing and presented progress on enterprise development.

The latest workshop will determine what is most useful in helping advance social enterprises in Snohomish County and develop a wish list for 2013 social enterprise workshops and networking. Everyone is welcome to join the discussion and make recommendations.

An optional conference call with Roberts Enterprise Development Fund will start the session.

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