Since 2018, the German Social Entrepreneurship Monitor (DSEM) has provided annual information on the German social entrepreneurship ecosystem. It aims to provide decision-makers from politics, business and civil society with a basis for supporting social enterprises.
The Centre for Knowledge, Innovation, Technology and Enterprise (KITE) is a Newcastle University research centre that contributes to academic debates and influences thinking in business, government and third sector bodies.
AVISE is France’s knowledge and development agency for alternative entrepreneurship. Avise identifies and shares entrepreneurial initiatives, publishes how-to guides, facilitates professional learning and provides mentoring for social entrepreneurs.
This study aims to systematically review the key characteristics and issues in Corporate Social Responsibility among Small and Medium Enterprises (CSRS) research.
The “Social enterprises and the social economy going forward” report, adopted in October 2016, is a capstone of the European Commission’s Expert Group on Social Entrepreneurship (GECES).
The publication was created on the basis of a cooperation agreement between the Association of Young Roma and the Institute for a Well-Managed Society within the project “Increasing Roma Employment through Social Economy”.
Forum del Terzo Settore is a representative association of the Third Sector in Italy. It represents 90 national organizations that operate in the fields of Volunteering, Association, Social Cooperativism, International Solidarity, Ethical Finance, Fair Trade.
Gruppo Unipol created a Business Foundation- classified as a not for profit body – engaged in the support to many cultural and social initiatives through financement and other actions. Among the most important one: CULTURABILITY initiative to support projects of regeneration of urban spaces (such as abandoned industrial sites or underused sites) dedicated to cultural and social innovative project
Energy 4 Impact is a non-profit organisation working with local businesses to extend access to energy in Africa, impacting the quality of life for millions of people. Its report comprises part of Energy 4 Impact’s research programme ‘Crowd Power’ which examines the role of alternative finance, such as crowdfunding, in the energy access sector.
Welcome to the world of Crowdfunding. Crowdfundport.eu shows how SME’s can grow with the power of the Crowd, and helps Starters, Citizens, Platforms and Policy Makers to learn more about the modern way of financing.