Organizational DNA: Legal Structures and Governance

Social Innovation
Business Development

Social enterprises don’t fit neatly into the standard definition of not-for-profit entities, but are also very different than for profit entities. How do you structure your business to meet your social and financial goals while complying with legal and tax requirements? In this session, we will explore the nuances of corporate structure for social enterprises, and the resulting governance implications.

Learn how to meet your social and financial goals while complying with legal and tax requirements by watching the webinar.

About the speaker (seen below)

Terry Booth, Partner, RSM Canada, works extensively with entrepreneurial private, public and not-for-profit companies in a wide variety of roles including as a director, founder, treasurer, accountant, volunteer and auditor. Outside of his auditor role, Terry has a keen focus on working with not-for-profit entities in the areas of sustainability and stewardship.

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*This webinar is a part of the Investor Ready Series: Learning Opportunities for Socially Purposed Businesses

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