Social Enterprise: The Hidden Revolution
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Lord Ashcroft International Business School, East Road, Cambridge, CB1 1PT
November 15th is Social Enterprise Day – come and find out more at this event organised by Social Enterprise East of England (SEEE) in collaboration with Cambridgeshire Social Enterprise Place, and hosted by Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge Campus)
In The Hidden Revolution,a major new report on social enterprise, it was revealed that there are 100,000 social enterprises in a sector worth £60bn to the UK economy.
If you are already part of this booming social economy, or you want to learn more about joining the revolution, come to this free half day event packed with inspirational speakers, space to discuss tactics and ideas, opportunities to network – and lunch!
The event will include a #buysocialmarket place so please let us know if you would like to have a market stall.
This event will give you a valuable opportunity to be hear from and contribute to the debate – let’s not keep the revolution hidden!
- Raising awareness among the general public with greater effect
- Securing and winning business from large corporates
- Using your social impact to attract new business
Speakers include Cecilia Crossley founder of award-winning social enterprise From Babies with Love as a keynote speaker, Damien Ribbans from Noise Solutions, Colin Downie Partnership & Sales Director of the Wildhearts Group and Sam Scharf Head of Community Investment Orbit
Join us from 09:30 for coffee and a chance to visit our social enterprise market place. The event will be followed at 12:30 pm by a networking lunch.
Limited space available.