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Farewell

Thank you very much for joining us. It has been a pleasure to be with you, on your journey toward building a sustainable social enterprise.

To connect with the educators:

You can connect with Andres (Co-Founder, Living in Minca Ltd) on twitter and Facebook.

You can connect with Jeremy (Director, Jindal Centre for Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship) on Linkedin, twitter and Facebook.

You can connect with Sara (Senior Lecturer, Middlesex University Business School) on LinkedIn and Facebook.

This is also the final course of the Social Enterprise Program. If you missed the first two courses, there will be another opportunity to participate, starting in early February.

We would like to invite you to share your reflections on the course and your plans for the future in the discussion section.

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Social Enterprise: Growing a Sustainable Business

Middlesex University Business School