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Join us at our annual health and social care conference on 16 May. Early bird and '3 for 2' tickets are available until Friday 29 March. Read more
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We are the national body for social enterprise - business with a social or environmental mission.
The Hidden Revolution, supported by Nationwide and Co-op Group, presents fresh analysis of the size and scale of the social enterprise sector. According to independent analysis, the social enterprise sector makes a £60bn contribution to UK GDP, compared to £24bn in previous research.
We have members all over the UK as well as in various parts of the world. You can view all our members on a map as well as searching for particular organisations and locations.
The 2017 State of Social Enterprise Report, supported by Santander, is the largest, most representative survey of social enterprises in the UK.
We currently partner with organisations as diverse as Johnson & Johnson, NHS England and the World Bank but are always keen to explore new relationships – we would be delighted to hear from you.
The annual Cockpit Effect Report was launched on the 11 March at the prestigious Clothworkers’ Hall to an invited audience of 50 enthusiastic guests. Cockpit enables talent to flourish and support entrepreneurial craft businesses. Read more
Social Enterprise UK member Future Directions won the Most Effective Approach to Leadership and Management and the Most Effective Approach to Integrated New Models of Care Categories Read more
Rose Marley, CEO of social enterprise Sharp Futures will be spearheading a drive to increase opportunities for young people across Greater Manchester. Read more
Jennifer Exon will be joining Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) as its Director of Business and Enterprise. Heading up the Business Development Team, she will be leading on the SEUK’s corporate market building work which includes the Buy Social Corporate Challenge, an initiative seeing some of the UK’s biggest businesses open up their supply chains to social enterprises. Read more
Rebecca Long-Bailey, the Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, told a summit on the future of business that Labour would be putting social enterprise at the heart of its economic policy making. Read more
Social Enterprise UK welcomes the NHS’s new Long Term Plan which calls on the NHS to continue to work with social enterprises who are leading innovators in community health care. Read more
Join this free four week online course brought to you by SAP, the Social Enterprise World Forum and Social Enterprise UK from 22 January 2019 Read more