JDQ Systems Inc is pleased to announce the TELUS Optik TV three-part documentary series, ‘Good Business’, featuring local businesses and social enterprises in the 2014 Social Enterprise Heroes Business Case Competition. Co-produced by enterprising non-profits BC, ‘Good Business’ follows contestants from the moment they are selected to participate in the competition, to the final announcement of the 2014 winners.
Good Business Episode #1
Three social enterprises find out they will be competing at the Social Enterprise Heroes competition. The top pitch to a panel of experts could mean thousands of dollars of grant money and business consulting help.
Good Business Episode #2
Three social enterprises teams start to prepare for their pitches leading up to the competition. Problems arise when teams run short on time, personnel, and patience.
Good Business Episode #3
The day of the competition has finally arrived. With tension mounting and cash and prizes up for grabs, 3 social enterprise teams take to the stage to pitch to a panel of business leaders.
“As I watched the TELUS Good Business documentary on the Social Enterprise Heroes event, it reinforced how rewarding it is for everyone involved. As a judge I see the final presentations and get to work with the winners once all the dust has settled. But there is so much more to the ‘end-to-end’ process. The documentary really put all that into perspective and it was a joy to watch. This is a “must-see” for any organization thinking about getting involved in Social Enterprise Heroes 2015!” Jon Morris, President, JDQ Systems Inc. and Social Enterprise Heroes Co-Founder.
Click here to find quick links to all three episodes on YouTube.
Social Enterprise Heroes will rise again May 2015
Enterprising Non-Profits is now seeking established social enterprises to present their impact business challenge in the 2015 Social Enterprise Heroes event, being planned for May 2015. If your social enterprise is interested in participating, please visit www.SocialEnterpriseHeroes.ca and submit a Letter of Interest by January 14, 2015. Event tickets will be on sale starting December 1, 2014.
About TELUS Optik TV™
Optik TV™ Local (formerly TELUS Community TV) is where TELUS showcases relevant, local, community-produced content, available through Optik TV On Demand. At Optik Local, we look for projects that encourage local storytelling and creative pursuits. This is where you, the community, come in.
About enp BC
enp is a program of Vancity Community Foundation collaboratively funded by the Vancouver Foundation, Vancity, Columbia Basin Trust, Northern Development Initiative Trust, Capital One, and Employment and Social Development Canada. Since the launch of the program in 1997, enp has evolved into a province-wide program dedicated to supporting the successful development and growth of social enterprises. enp has disbursed more than $3M in grants and delivered introductory workshops to more than 3,500 individuals representing over 1,800 community organizations.