iSE takes on interns to map social enterprise tourism opportunities in USE IT area

For the past 12 months iSE has been working on an innovative new project, USE IT! (Unlocking Social and Economic Innovation Together). We’ve written about the programme extensively elsewhere on this blog, most recently in this post.

iSE has just announced that it has now taken on two University of Birmingham interns to help map social enterprise tourism opportunities in the USE IT area.

L to R: interns Rebecca and Molly

Molly and Rebecca, the two interns, will be completing original research on social enterprise opportunities for tourism in the USE IT project area. This will include studying good practice in tourism social enterprises internationally, nationally and locally, and an analysis of demographics and trends in the project area.

Their internship will culminate in a report for USE IT on potential tourism opportunities for social enterprises in the USE IT area.

Read the full story over on the iSE website.

Read the full story about the first twelve months of the USE IT programme.

More about the Soho Social Enterprise Network.

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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