Birmingham social enterprise city — official launch event announced

The official launch event for Birmingham Social Enterprise City has been planned to coincide with national social enterprise day, Thursday 15th November 2018, and you are invited to join us for an evening of celebration.

The launch event is taking place with the kind support of Unity Trust Bank and UIA USE-IT, a place-based programme tackling entrenched social challenges in Birmingham.

Join us as we showcase the innovative social enterprises we have across Birmingham, understand the social value created by the city, meet leading social entrepreneurs who often appear on global platforms for good — all within Global Entrepreneurship Week.

The SE City Birmingham Steering Group is delighted to welcome the following speakers to the launch event: 

» Claire Dove (Crown Representative for the VCSE Sector)

» Peter Holbrook CBE (Chief Executive Officer, SEUK); and 

» Margaret Willis (Chief Executive Officer, Unity Trust Bank).

How you can get involved

SOCIAL ENTERPRISES — Showcase your social value, talk about your purpose for delivering social and environmental good and network with entrepreneurs and key business leaders.

BUSINESSES — Develop greater understanding of the benefits of being a socially responsible organisation through your procurement activity, supply chain and adding value to your customer base.

PUBLIC SECTOR — Meet innovators and service providers that can meet contract needs for social value and social impact who are realising individual life opportunities and transforming local communities.

Send email to Rebecca Giannelli to register and book your place at this evening event on Thursday 15th November 2018, 6.00pm to 8.00pm.

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With thanks to Unity Trust Bank which is kindly providing the venue for the evening

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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