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Presentation on Social Enterprises and how they can make a significant contribution as agents of public service delivery, regeneration and economic development. Found at http://www.enterpriseuk.org/ ...

Presentation on Social Enterprises and how they can make a significant contribution as agents of public service delivery, regeneration and economic development. Found at http://www.enterpriseuk.org/ .

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  • Social Cycle Sue Morrish Co-active Ltd INSERT YOUR LOGO HERE
  • About me
    • Business Services Manager, Co-active
    • Manager of Co-active’s team of advisors
    • Business advisor to social enterprise
    • Responsible for delivery of the regional business advice service – Social Enterprise Link
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  • About the seminar
    • What kind of business is a social enterprise business?
    • Delivering social purpose with a business model
    • What kind of person becomes a social entrepreneur
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  • Social enterprise business
    • “ Social enterprises are businesses that trade in the market with a social purpose. They use business tools and techniques to achieve social aims”
    • (Social Enterprise Coalition, 2004)
    • Both business and social outcomes
    • More than profit
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  • Social enterprise business
    • Social aims - explicit social aims such as the provision of local services, and profits that are principally reinvested to achieve social objectives.
    • Social ownership – autonomous organisations whose governance and ownership structures are based on participation by stakeholder groups
    • Enterprise orientation – they are directly involved in producing goods or providing services to a market.
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  • Delivering social purpose
    • Communities provide services in areas where the private sector won’t go – or the public sector can’t go
    • Eg community nursery set up by local women in an area where family income is extremely low
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  • Delivering social purpose
    • Communities and individuals can set up an innovative business to creatively solve a problem
    • Eg kerbside collection and recycling service provides employment & training to people with disabilities
    • www.mdcr.org
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  • Delivering social purpose
    • Keep money in the local economy
    • Eg Student exchange and language school in isolated village
    • www.pointeuropa.org
    • www.kcenglishlanguageschool.co.uk
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  • Some are big www.edenproject.com INSERT YOUR LOGO HERE
  • The Eden Project
    • The Eden Project is owned by the Eden Trust, UK Registered Charity. All surplus income goes to further its charitable objectives.
    • All surplus income goes towards work on public and formal education, research, conservation and sustainable futures.
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  • Some are big www.coinstreet.org INSERT YOUR LOGO HERE
  • Coin St Community Builders
    • Established by local residents in 1984 following a campaign against large scale office proposals. The company is controlled by a Board, elected by CSCB members.
    • Only people living locally can become CSCB members. Profits are not distributed but are ploughed back into CSCB's public service objective.
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  • Some are local www.blisland.com
    • A multi purpose amenity centre established following the closure of the local shop
    • Mini market, café with fantastic rural views, internet café, local produce, local crafts, doctors surgery, complimentary therapies, post office, 3 small business units
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  • Social enterprise ambassadors
    • The 30 social enterprise ambassadors are a group of experienced and inspirational people who lead social enterprise. They have become ambassadors to promote the use of business to tackle social and/or environmental issues. 
    • www.socialenterpriseambassadors.org
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  • Julie handed in her notice! www.cosmic.org.uk INSERT YOUR LOGO HERE
  • In Summary
    • Social enterprises can make a significant contribution as agents of public service delivery, regeneration and economic development. They are able to harness the power of local communities – a catalyst for regeneration and active citizenship
    • Approximately 55k social enterprises in UK
    • Combined turnover £27billion p.a.
    • Social enterprise account for 5% of all business with employees and contribute approx £8.4 billion to the economy p.a.
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  • In Summary
    • Social enterprises are –
    • Not not-for-profit
    • Deliver social purpose by business means
    • Owned by communities or stakeholders
    • Distribute profit for social purpose
    • Often run by inspiring entrepreneurs
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  • Question Time
    • Sue Morrish
    • Co-active Ltd
    • www.co-active.org.uk
    • 01752 500888
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