What Social Enterprise Consultants say about SfSE

Find out what Social Enterprise Consultants say about Skills for Social Entrepreneurs.

Myo Than Tun

 As I have always been interested in the social development programmes and when I learnt that the social enterprises offer social solutions using business models I decided to join this programme. I had recently had an opportunity to visit and learn about the successful Social Enterprises in UK. When I witnessed their impact on the society, the culture and environment and especially on the youth, I gain more interest in the social enterprises. In the transition period of a developing country like Myanmar I believe that the social enterprises be provide support in many ways. Therefore I will try my best to provide better consultancy to the social enterprises. I would also encourage to those who are interested to join this programme and contribute to the positive changes in Myanmar.

Thin Zar Maung

It is very great opportunity for me to be part of this Social Enterprise Consultancy as we were trained not only with theories but also in practical ways. Moreover, even now having chance of ongoing practical consultancy works to various businesses in community and expend our knowledge and network throughout our colleagues who are from diverse backgrounds. So, this good work should be extended to help more social enterprises by participating more new endeavours.

Ngun Za Hmung (Director, The Backyard Travel & Tours)

The training was very inspirational, energising, bringing lots of ideas, with both substantial and in-depth knowledge of MSMEs in Myanmar together with case studies and excellent trainer, learning from experience and being fully practice-oriented. The practical consultancy field works were very useful and helpful for me. Everyone can benefit from this, no matter how experienced or skilled.

(The Backyard Co., Ltd. is basically operates eco-friendly adventure travels and tours services in Myanmar - especially in Chin State. One of its mission is to operate in responsible manner incorporating the principles of sustainable development and responsible tourism in Myanmar.)

Wah Wah Win

By participating in the social enterprise consultancy programme I gained valuable experience from international experienced consultant mentors and my fellow participants. I was also able to help the development of social enterprises which are very supportive to the development of Myanmar and met many good friends. 

Wai Yan Soe (Managing Director, The Walls Co., Ltd.)

Providing of SE Consultancy course by the British Council was extremely beneficial for the future of our developing nation and I feel proud to be part of the British Council to help unlocked the knowledge of those needed, especially the social enterprises in the rural regions of Myanmar. 

Khaing Khaing Win Thein

The duty of a Social Enterprise consultant is to help the social enterprises use the business skills appropriately. I am very proud to be selected as a part of the programme as I was not only able to learn those required business skills such as business planning, SWOT analysis, marketing principles, financial skills but also get a chance to give consultancy to businesses practically.