The School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) launched Australia’s first enterprise-based learning program this week to support disability organisations to develop market orientated, client focused business models, in response to the opportunities that the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) presents.

With day one a major success the program is set to help transform the disability sector alongside local and international experts, mentors, and eye-witnesses. Not only will participants have access to leading business and entrepreneurial minds from Australia and abroad, but they will gain access and insights from the UK Disability Service Sector with leading entrepreneurs sharing the ins and outs of their failures and successes.

Steve Allman is supporting the programme as a UK expert advisor and has also written the UK studies that participants will receive in their “Ideas Cook Book”. Find out more…

(This post is adapted from a press release from SSE Australia).

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