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25/11/2013
New report offers insight into local social enterprise

In-depth discussions about social enterprise that took place at the Black Country LEP’s first social enterprise summit have been published in a new report.

On Friday 13 September 2013, more than 80 delegates attended the social enterprise summit at the Goldmine Centre in Walsall.

The report – which is available to view or download below – summarises the points made in the keynote address, round table discussion, plenary session, workshops and panel, as well as drawing conclusions from the events of the day.

Some of the topics covered in the sessions included the vision for social enterprise in the Black Country, the barriers facing social enterprises and the opportunities available.

During the event, Ninder Johal (MD of Nachural Corporate Communications and LEP Board Member) encouraged participants to make the day the starting point for more conversation, more entrepreneurial thinking and more knowledge and awareness of the real added value social enterprises have to offer.

> View or download the Black Country LEP’s Social Enterprise Summit Report here

Social Enterprise Social Enterprise Summit Report

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