A Problem Shared is a Problem Solved at The Good Business Club

Brighton is ripe to be ‘the place’ where social enterprises setup and flourish. From pioneering politics, more conscious citizens and a city that truly welcomes diversity, it’s therefore not a surprise to see local people from all walks of life taking the power into their own hands and setting up businesses that are challenging broken systems in our society.

But Brighton hasn’t quite lived up to it’s full potential. There is an overwhelm of choice if you’re looking to setup or grow your' ‘business for good’ but it’s all disconnected and hard to find if you don’t know where to look. The impact this has sees people, with a passion to make a change, feeling isolated and overwhelmed with the task ahead and unfortunately so many of these great ideas don’t see the light of day.

That’s why The Good Business Club (TGBC) was created by Sara Osterholzer and Ruth Anslow. They believe a connected network of like-minded people can do great things for each other and it is what’s needed to make Brighton ‘the place’ for social enterprise.

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The Club is a network of like-minded people aspiring, starting up or running social enterprises as well as ‘business for good’ supporters who want to offer their expertise to the people running more purposeful businesses.

“We believe if people are connected they can get unstuck and move their ideas forward much quicker. When you are connected in a network like this you can learn from other peoples experiences, you hear about opportunities and you get personal introductions to people you might not ever have known about or been able to reach”

- Sara Osterholzer, Co-Founder and Connector

Purpose-driven entrepreneurs and teams join The Club to grow their network beyond mainstream business offerings to connect with people who understand that the impact they want to make is are the core of what they do.

Become a Member

No matter if you just have an inkling of an idea or are managing a team in an established social enterprise, the Good Business Club will help you grow today. Members can expect;

  • To find a community that thrives on collaboration and personable support

  • Regular pop-up 1-2-1 clinics across Brighton with experienced social entrepreneurs and ‘business for good’ supporters to get you unstuck (January dates are booking up quick )

  • Regular pop-up problem-solving gatherings where your challenges get tackled by Club members (January dates are booking up quick )

  • Personal introductions to people in the Club to connect you to the support and skills you need to move you forward

  • To have your profile raised across social and traditional media. We will be your personal marketing champion shouting out about what you do at every opportunity we get

  • Opportunities to build mentoring relationships with experienced social entrepreneurs

  • A regular bulletin of upcoming opportunities to grow your business (The Snapshot)

  • Free or discounted tickets to training and networking events hosted with our Club partners

TGBC team keep their finger on the pulse so that you don’t have to. Join The Club and connect with the right opportunities, people and ideas that will move your ‘business for good’ forward in 2019!

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Early Bird Discount

We launched The Good Business Club in December 2018 and are testing out the member offerings.

We are offering the first 150 members a special £10/monthly fee for the first six months in return for feedback on the offerings and experience.

Sara Osterholzer