Health and Social Care in the Black Country

Social Enterprise in the Black Country

If you're looking for Social Enterprise links and resources, please click the link below. Social Care resources can be found below.

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West Midlands Care Association

The West Midlands Care Association has been the voice of the care industry within the region for over fifteen years. The Association offers the crucial support care providers require to deliver sustainable excellence within the community, nursing, special needs and residential home settings.

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FUSE: iSE Start-Up Programme

iSE CIC’s FUSE start-up programme is back for 2020. Taking learning from previous years, we’ve designed a dynamic programme for social enterprise and women-led businesses in Birmingham and West Midlands.

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Skills for Care

Social care is a major, and growing, economic sector. It contributed £4.2 billion (3.5%) to the West Midlands economy in 2015/16, employing 165,000 people, and is likely to require an additional 25,000 jobs by the year 2025 (Social Care as a Local Economic Solution for the West Midlands, New Economics Foundation 2017).

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Bucks HSC Ventures

Bucks HSC Ventures work directly with health and social care providers and pool vital facilities, networks and expertise to create a launchpad for innovative new products or services.

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KTN: Health Team

The Knowledge Transfer Network has a Health Team who can help you or your business with funding, expertise and connecting with innovators from other sectors.

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Social Investment Business

Social enterprises and charities running historic buildings now have the opportunity to access RePlan, a new capacity-building support service available through the Heritage Impact Fund (HIF)

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