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

Wednesday 20th April 2016

09:00 – 16:30   Developing a Trading Arm: individual one hour sessions – changes to public service delivery mean there are more opportunities than ever before to create direct community impact through trading.  Book an individual one hour slot with a business adviser from iSE and find out social enterprise can help you achieve your objectives. £60 per hour + VAT. iSE, B12 0HJ.  Email marija@i-se.co.uk to book your place.

11:00 – 17:00   Open Day at Citizen Home – drop in to take a look at the independent giftware shop in the Jewellery Quarter which is aiming to push the boundaries of social enterprise retail. Citizen Home is packed full of locally-sourced, ethically produced, interesting and unusual products. If you are there during your lunch break you can grab a bite to eat, courtesy of Citizen Home. Citizen Home, B18 6HA. Email marija@i-se.co.uk to book your place.

10:00 – 12:00   ‘Young People – Discover Social Enterprise!’ at Birmingham City Universitya speed-dating style event to bring students and social entrepreneurs face to face, with the potential to match enterprises looking for help with talented young people keen to support the social enterprise sector. BCU, B5 5JU. Email marija@i-se.co.uk to book your place.

14:00 – 16.00   ‘Young People – Discover Social Enterprise!’ at Aston University –  a speed-dating style event to bring students and social entrepreneurs face to face, with the potential to match enterprises looking for help with talented young people keen to support the social enterprise sector. Aston University, B4 7ET. Email marija@i-se.co.uk to book your place.

 

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