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Peter Holbrook presentation: 24 April 2012

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The British Council, The Kitchen and Office of Ethnic Affairs present:
An afternoon chat with Peter Holbrook.

Peter Holbrook, CEO of Social Enterprise UK, shares how social enterprise models will let communities stay ahead of the curve.

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Peter Holbrook presentation: 24 April 2012

  1. 1. Peter HolbrookSocial Enterprise UK
  2. 2. CoursesInfantmassageToddler andtantrumtoolkitGrowingpainsAll changeWhatever!BricSpeakeasyDrugproofyour kids
  3. 3. “We need to recognise thefull potential that socialenterprise has. It’s not justabout helping to tackle socialproblems at the communitylevel; it’s about mainstreambusinesses delivering publicservices with a distinctivefocus on quality, serving thecommunity, and employeepride. You showed us thatsocial enterprises are not justcreating social good, butcreating jobs andopportunity.”
  4. 4. P3 working with re offenders
  5. 5. P3 working with re offenders
  6. 6. Our definition:Organisations whose stated primary objective is to achieve social impact rather thangenerating profit for owners and shareholders.
  7. 7. - What is a social entrepreneur? R B A social entrepreneur is someone who works in an entrepreneurial manner, but V E for primarily social benefit. Driven by a social mission, they aim to address unmet needs to improve people’s lives.- What is a social enterprise? U N A social enterprise is a business with primarily social objectives, whose N O surpluses are reinvested in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders or owners.
  8. 8. Together with our members we are the voicefor social enterprise. We do research, provideinformation and tools, share knowledge, build networks, raise awareness and campaign to create a business environment where social enterprises can thrive.
  9. 9. Representing: 10’s of 000s social enterprises A network of 9000 businesses 600 voting members An elected council of 46 A majority elected board of 12£24-54bn to the UK economy 1 million staff
  10. 10. The role of social enterprises, charities and co- operatives in our public services will be enhanced.Policy Trends
  11. 11. Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012Establishing ‘social value’ principles inpublic procurement UK = £216bn/yr on procurement
  12. 12. P3 working with re offenders
  13. 13. Examples of joint working co-commissioningand social enterprise
  14. 14. Examples of joint working co-commissioningand social enterprise
  15. 15. Examples of joint working co-commissioningand social enterprise
  16. 16. Examples of joint working co-commissioningand social enterprise
  17. 17. Examples of joint working co-commissioningand social enterprise
  18. 18. 2010:£17bn p.a.123,000 staff
  19. 19. Coin Street Community Buildrers
  20. 20. €14bn, 84,000employees, 80%within Spain
  21. 21. "I’m a recovering heroin addict.Open Door helped me by gettingme on a controlled medicationprogramme and also helped meget a university course which I’mcurrently undertaking. I givemany thanks to Open Door as Icouldn’t have done this withoutthem."
  22. 22. 68,000 social enterprises:39% based in deprived areas58% grew last year compared to 28% ofSME’s57% predict growth next yearMore diverse: 80%have at least 1 womandirector, 28% have a BME director75% actively involve beneficiaries
  23. 23. Management is doing thingsright; leadership is doing theright thingsPeter F Drucker
  24. 24. www.socialenterprise.org.uk Twitter: @SocEnt_UK @peteholbrook

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