North Birmingham Social Enteprise Network Launch @ St Barnabas Church

social enterpriseCome along to St Barnabas Church, Erdington on Friday 24th April 12pm-2pm to find out more about local social enterprises.

This event is part of the Birmingham City Drive 2015, which is a week of events that aim to raise awareness of the fantastic work social enterprises are doing and the impact they are having every day on society and the environment in Birmingham.

We want to encourage more people to:

Start a social enterprise
Buy from social enterprises
Work for a social enterprise
Volunteer for a social enterprise
Invest in a social enterprise

Join us to celebrate the launch of the North Birmingham Social Enterprise Network – a new group that aims to unite all North Birmingham-based social enterprises.

This event will give you an unique opportunity to meet North Birmingham-based social enterprises and find out how you can collaborate.

Sarah Crawley (CEO at iSE CIC) is leading the initiative following the success of the Digbeth Social Enterprise Quarter, which was launched in 2013. As a network, we host regular network events, to share ideas, information and encourage to do business with one another.

For more information please go here


Through the Neighbourhood Partnership, public service planning and delivery will be truly responsive to local needs and residents will continue to play a full and active part in driving the priorities for services.

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