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Crowdfunding workshop to be held at Eastern Enterprise Hub for charities and social enterprises

PUBLISHED: 07:52 19 October 2017 | UPDATED: 07:52 19 October 2017

Digby Chacksfield, chief executive of the Eastern Enterprise Hub said crowdfunding was a useful fundraising method for social enterprises. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Digby Chacksfield, chief executive of the Eastern Enterprise Hub said crowdfunding was a useful fundraising method for social enterprises. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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The Eastern Enterprise Hub has teamed up with Chuffed.org to host a workshop in crowdfunding for charities, social enterprises and individuals with a cause.

The event will take place at the hub’s base on Ipswich Waterfront from 1pm on Monday, where global crowdfunding platform Chuffed will share advice, suggestions, and run through successful examples of successful campaigns.

Digby Chacksfield, Eastern Enterprise Hub chief executive, said: “It’s great that Chuffed our using out space to help social enterprises.

“Crowdfunding is a great tool for entrepreneurs and we thrive on bringing innovative avenues to help our students.”

Spaces are still available for the session.

To find out more and book a space visit the website here.

Use the code EEH30 for discounted entry.

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