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Divine Chocolate: social enterprise

Divine Chocolate: a case study of a social enterprise

This presentation is aimed at teachers focusing on business studies, enterprise or social enterprise. It showcases Divine Chocolate as an example of a successful social enterprise.

The presentation has speaking notes and takes about 40-50 minutes to deliver in full. There is one version aimed at Key Stage 3 (11-14 year olds) and one aimed at Key Stage 4 (14-16 year olds).

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You can also watch an excellent 15 minute GCSE Business Studies film about the Divine Chocolate business model that was originally made for Teachers TV:

Teachers interested in exploring more in-depth material on Divine Chocolate with their students could consider using this academic article about cocoa farmers in Ghana and the creation of Kuapa Kokoo and Divine Chocolate.

"The students have found it fascinating how an organisation like Divine Chocolate can serve a local community in a developing country, whilst at the same time producing chocolate of such a high standard. They have tasted the real thing, produced an advert of their own and learnt all about the manufacturing process and inequalities which exist in normal supply chains. Students have embraced the issues and enjoyed using the case study of Divine Chocolate."
- Jamie Bird, secondary school teacher

Another business profile of Divine Chocolate designed for GCSE Business Studies is also now available for £47 from TV Choice Eduational Resources.