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The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub
A Project Of SEGreenhouse

WHAT IS THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE HUB?

The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub is Rhode Island’s first community and co-working space where social entrepreneurs, mentors, and business professionals come together to network, share ideas, create jobs and improve our community. The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub is THE PLACE for new and established do well do good businesses. Will YOU be part of this movement?

WANT TO BECOME A MEMBER?

It all starts with a single conversation. As a member of The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub, your ideas will go further, reach wider audiences, and achieve greater results. Becoming a member of The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub will help you achieve your do well do good goals.

Contact us at info@segreenhouse.org to get started!

Choose Your Option
Rent an Office

Rent an Office

  • $500/month
  • 24/7 access with own key
  • Two desks and two chairs
  • Mail sorting services
Dedicated Desk

Dedicated Desk

  • $150/month
  • 24/7 access
  • Personal dedicated desk and chair
Hot Desk

Hot Desk

  • $75/month
  • 24/7 access
  • Ability to work at any available shared desk
Convener Membership

Convener Membership

  • $35/month
  • For community groups

WHAT ARE SOME BENEFITS OF JOINING THE COLLABORATIVE?

  • Be part of a vibrant community of social innovators
  • SEG events including Coach/Advisor meet-ups, workshops and other networking/best practice events
  • Structured introductions to mentors
  • Access to marketing, finance, and legal mentorship hours
  • Access high-quality business amenities
  • Access to meeting space
  • High speed WIFI
  • Print/scan facilities
  • Kitchen Amenities
  • Utilities included
  • Mailing address
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EVENTS

The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub is a hub of impact activity. Join us to learn, share and meet others in the growing impact movement. Check out our Events Calendar to see what’s coming up!

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  • Health and Wellness Networking at BioSci Labs

    Join BioSci Labs at their location in Coventry for their first Networking Event “First Steps to commercializing Your Invention.” Dr. John Jarrell will be speaking about Commercial feasibility analysis and minimally viable product identification. Tom Hutchinson will then be talking about regulatory pathways. Drinks and food provided.

    RSVP here!

  • Leadership Essentials: Personal Change for Organizational Growth with Todd Iarussi

    Top employees don’t leave jobs because of companies, they leave because of managers. There is a new standard for leaders: The capacity to adapt, grow and change, allowing teams to excel and members to feel hear and valued. This interactive workshop for current and aspiring leaders will challenge you to question your assumptions, create commitments to personal and professional growth, and uncover new leadership possibilities.

    Todd Iarussi is a personal, performance, and leadership development consultant, and has worked with leaders in private wealth management, social entrepreneurship, independent schools, university research, and collegiate athletics. Todd was previously a Director at Mindful Warrior, where he co-led teambuilding and culture development retreats with a former U.S. Olympic leadership and performance coach. His practical approach to professional development is informed by having interviewed approximately 1,000 leaders as an executive recruiter in New York. Todd is also an experienced mindfulness practitioner and has taught meditation to business leaders, athletes, and Rhode Island prisoners. He graduated from Brown with a BA in Biology and was captain of the baseball team.

    RSVP here!

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  • Community Table: Daniele, Inc.

    Join Davide Dukcevich of Daniele, Inc. for this month’s Community Table discussion! One table, one conversation, and a great way for eaters, advocates, or those curious to connect and exchange ideas. Come when you can and bring your lunch or snack. Free and open to all!

    About Daniele, Inc:

    Deep in the unspoiled forests of Rhode Island, the Dukcevich family is hand-making some of the finest charcuterie in the world. More than three decades ago, the family brought their delicious salumi to America from Northern Italy. It all starts with the hogs, which are raised on American family farms. The pork is then dry-cured for months with basic ingredients like sea salt and coarse pepper, using the same ancient methods passed down through the centuries. Today, families all over the world enjoy our Del Duca® Prosciutto, sopressata, salame, pancetta, mortadella and capocollo.

    RSVP here!

  • SEG 101 Workshop: Raising Funds for Your Business

    This workshop will cover how to craft your case for funding with a focus on funder interests, grant development, how to ask for money when you have a mission driven organization and the basic principles of finding and stewarding donors, and specifically for nonprofits in the room, we will cover the math of fundraising for a not for profit.

    The panel will include:

    Betsy SantarlasciDirector of Food Initiatives and Development,Social Enterprise Greenhouse

    Betsy’s work supporting Rhode Island food entrepreneurs follows 25 years of nonprofit management and fundraising experience in Washington, D.C. After moving to Rhode Island in 2013, Betsy joined the Board of Hope & Main culinary incubator and then served as Interim Executive Director after it opened October 2014. During that time she was an important partner for SEG’s Director of Food Initiatives Isabella Cassell. Betsy served on the Food Accelerator’s Advisory Board and Curriculum Committee and coached businesses in both the 2015 and 2016 cohorts.In February 2016 she was tapped to head The Partnership for Greater Providence, a new nonprofit that executes projects with both economic growth and social impact goals. Betsy is thrilled to join the Social Enterprise Greenhouse team to be able to continue her work supporting Rhode Island’s farmers, fishermen, and food producers while strengthening support for all of the social entrepreneurs that SEG serves.

    Jonathan Ter MeerDirector of Development, Crowd Funding,TriLinc Global Investments

    Jonathan is responsible for working with innovative social enterprises in the preparation of regulation crowdfunding offerings allowed by the JOBS Act. Prior to joining TriLinc, Jonathan worked as a digital fundraising consultant helping political organizations, nonprofits, and innovative companies leverage their online communities to raise money and create value through coordinated digital media campaigns. He is also an active member of the Crowdfunding Professional Association (CfPA) and outspoken advocate of the crowdfunding industry and its potential to create social impact.

    RSVP here!

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  • PVD Green Drinks with the Rhode Island Association of Conservation Commissions at Ogie’s Trailer Park

    The Rhode Island Association of Conservation Commissions is a coalition of the Conservation Commissions in Rhode Island. Our mission is to work with town councils, town planners and other environmental and land use boards, and organizations in each of the towns where a conservation commission exists. The Association helps municipal conservation commissions with educational and regulatory information and updates on everything from land use policy, recycling, solar farms, erosion control, development and more.

    The Association promotes existing regulations with a healthy discourse for how they can be modified under climate change and political change environments.

    On July 20, 2017 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, please join us for a very informal presentation on how the Association can offer help with city and town wide issues. Some free food complements a cash bar. This is a good opportunity to network with your fellow conservation commission officers, land trust and other environmental organizations.How do you deal with a solar farm? Come find out as we share thoughts and experiences from all over the US and elsewhere.

    RSVP here!

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Social Enterprise Greenhouse Hub members get easy access to all SEG enterprise development and networking services.

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