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The guide is primarily aimed at people and/or organisations interested in starting a social enterprise and who don’t have experience of doing this before. It is a step-by-step guide to thinking about, researching, planning for, starting and then growing a social enterprise.
Social media marketing is one of the most cost-effective ways for social enterprise to make an impact on the digital community.
The Academy Of Entrepreneurship (AKEP) is a non-governmental, nonprofit organization, with an innovative and authentic character, trying to meet the new challenges of the modern labour market as its first priority.
ACOSVO, the Association of Chief Officers of Scottish Voluntary Organisations, promotes excellent third sector leadership in Scotland among its 450 charity and social enterprise CEO members.
The ACT Group is a community of change makers that strengthens the ecosystem of the impact economy in Croatia and region of middle and eastern Europe.
Adelante Dolmen is a network of 32 social enterprises that have joined together to conduct innovative projects.
The academy provides tailor-made consultations in the field of business planning, strategy, marketing and communication. It can also help you find out, respectively. specify how to achieve the greatest possible social impact.
SMART is a non-profit organisation that provides professional training and resource development for the non-profit sector in Croatia, increasing the visibility and impact of civic organisations and their constituencies in civil society development.
Asociación Bienestar y Desarrollo (ABD) has developed and implemented more than 65 services and programmes to support vulnerable people and fight social exclusion. Their actions focus on strengthening community care and the independence of people most in need.
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.
B-Cause encourages people, organisations and communities to transform their lives, by developing the giving culture and social investment. The organisation tries to foster cross-border giving and philanthropy as well as community development and social entrepreneurship.
BAM! works in Italy and Europe together with museums, festivals, theatres, cultural districts, local authorities, universities, foundations, associations and private social realities on the themes of cultural management to break down walls and barriers that keep citizens out of the places of culture, bring communities closer to heritage, develop a sense of care for the common good.
BATTITI is the accelerator and validation programme dedicated to innovative startups producing high social and environmental impact in the Emilia Region (Italy). It is promoted by Emil Banca with the technical support of Kilowatt.
Through Baumaus, a network of different projects, MAP aim to use culture as a tool to open spaces of autonomy in the suburbs, to develop critical skills and to imagine and build work and training paths that start from the needs and desires of the new generations, creating at the same time work opportunities for culture professionals.
Big Society Capital exists to improve the lives of people in the UK through investment with a sustainable return. Thet are the leading social impact-led investor, restless for change.
Bridge Budapest is a movement of value-driven and long-term thinking business people, based in Hungary.
Brodoto is social impact agency specialized in business development, campaigns and education. The team is committed to supporting companies and individuals in developing their business ideas to be both competitive and socially responsible
Cambridge Social Ventures supports a whole range of businesses that have positive social and environmental impacts.
CE RESPONSIBLE is supporting Social Entrepreneurs to connect with established corporations and experienced partners.
COSI wants to promote social and ecological innovations to enable solutions for the most urgent challenges of our world. By providing an ecosystem, knowledge is to be created, communicated and exchanged.
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.
This study aims to systematically review the key characteristics and issues in Corporate Social Responsibility among Small and Medium Enterprises (CSRS) research.
The Crowdfunding Campus is the first certified educational provider in Germany that offers courses and services specifically for Crowdfunding, swarm intelligence and digital campaign management.
With the German Social Entrepreneurship Monitor, the Social Entrepreneurship Network Germany (SEND e.V.) gives us, politics, business and civil society a deeper look into the sector and thus enables us to uncover the potentials and challenges of social entrepreneurship.