Digbeth SE survey - A profile of social enterprise activity in the Digbeth/Highgate area

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There are over 50
social enterprises based
in Digbeth - dedicated
to using business for
social good.

info@digbethsocentquarter.co.uk

Tuesday 19th April 2016

08:30 – 10:00   Digbeth, Cheapside and Highgate Social Enterprise Network Meeting, at iSE, B12 0HJ – we look forward to welcoming new and existing members of the Network, which aims to boost trade for social enterprises and forge valuable connections for people interested in the sector.  This is the forum through which to engage with Digbeth Social Enterprise Quarter and help to plan and deliver its activities.   This will be our first joint social enterprise and local business networking event!  To book your place email marija@i-se.co.uk

13:00 – 16:00   ‘Health and Social Care Marketplace’, at The Muath Trust, B11 1AR – for social entrepreneurs, health professionals and commissioners of health and well-being services to find out about the work social enterprises are doing and the evidence-of-impact they generating.  The aim of the event is to offer providers a chance to build partnerhsips and investment opportunities.  To book your place email marija@i-se.co.uk

17:00 – 19:00  Soup-making Workshop at Edible Eastside, B16 8QG – a chance to cook up a delicious range of soups under the direction of Jane Bradley, keen food grower and cook, using vegetables from Birmingham’s market that would otherwise be thrown away.  The soups will be donated to Birmingham’s soup kitchens to help feed the homeless.  (£5 – £10 donations are invited from people attending this event).  To book your place email marija@i-se.co.uk

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