Growing Successful Social Enterprise: Lessons and Opportunities
04/03/2013 to 05/03/2013
Kettering Conference Centre
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Inaugural E3M European Conference - Growing Successful Social Enterprise: Lessons and Opportunities was a major European conference and exhibition which 250 delegates from 14 different countries attended. The conference provided a focal point for showcasing and learning about innovation in European social enterprise. The event had a particular focus on developments in the UK, France and Italy but also featured case studies from other EU countries.
Growing Successful Social Enterprise brought together social enterprise leaders, supporters, funders and policy makers passionate about achieving social change at a local, national and European level. As well as Researchers, Private Sector businesses and Social Investment Intermediaries.
The presentations from the conference can be accessed by individuals who were unable to attend the event for £35 plus VAT. Please contact CJS Events for further details.
Growing Successful Social Enterprise was organised and hosted by Social Business International and the University of Northampton. The event was part of the E3M initiative led by Social Business International and supported by Bates Wells & Braithwaite LLP, the University of Northampton and Unity Trust Bank, which aims to share knowledge about the inter- related ingredients for successful social enterprise delivery of public services: markets, money and models. Find out more at: http://www.socialbusinessint.com/
The Guardian Social Enterprise Network
The Guardian Social Enterprise Network is the world's largest online community for social enterprises. Membership is entirely free and you can enjoy regularly updated expert content, analysis and resources. You can also take part in online discussions and share best practice with your peers. Plus, the new Guardian Social Enterprise Directory allows you to connect with suppliers, customers and investors easily and effectively.
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