West Midlands School for Social Entrepreneurs launch event– save the date 16 September

This just in from Charles Rapson at the West Midlands School for Social Entrepreneurs:

West Midlands School for Social Entrepreneurs
Save the date: 16 September – Launch Event

The School for Social Entrepreneurs has arrived in the West Midlands with its first cohort of students starting in October. The school was set up by Michael Young (Baron Young of Dartington) who also created the Open University, the Consumers Association, Which? magazine and much more. The school has a long history of success elsewhere in the UK and overseas and set to repeat its success in the West Midlands. We would love to see you at our launch event on 16 September where you can learn more about the school, the programmes offered and meet past and new students.

It will be in Central Birmingham and from around 5:00 pm to 7:00pm. Food will be provided.

If you are interested, let us know by clicking here  and we will send you more details nearer the date.

Also, I’d be very grateful if you can share this invitation with as many Social Entrepreneurs, LEP members, local authority managers, funders, corporate partners, third sector organisations and other interested parties as possible.

Charles Rapson

CEO, West Midlands School for Social Entrepreneurs

Send mail to Charles Rapson
07500 081 219

Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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