Bristol and Bath Social Enterprise Network Launch
7th May 2013
Join the Mayor of Bristol, the head of policy of Social Enterprise UK and other key players to celebrate this new network. Promote your social enterprise at the event.
Capacity is limited so please confirm your attendance as soon as possible.
There will be an opportunity for social enterprises to display information such as flyers and leaflets at a trade fair, to book a trade fair place download a booking form and email Social Enterprise Works as soon as possible at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration and arrival: 11.45am
Light lunch and refreshments will be served
A background and mapping research results about Social Enterprise activity in the region will be shared, as well as a programme of free opportunities, training and collaborative ventures we will be offering over the next 12 months.
Supported by the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership
West of England LEP launches new social enterprise network
The Social Enterprise Project Group of the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership has been awarded £15K funding to develop a new network and is extending an open invitation to the local community, passionately committed people and key influential stakeholders in the region to join in shaping a new sustainable Social Enterprise Network for the West of England.
Quarterly Inspiration Networking Events
The QI networking events are currently on hold as we build the network with interested partners in the West of England.
Speakers from the last event:
Urban Agriculture – Find out more aboutBristol’s innovative urban farming project and opportunities to get involved whether you’re interested in farming, composting, cooking & eating or artwork around the site. Keith Cowling gives us an update on the Diesel Depot site
Working in the Cloud – Mike Corbett gives a briefing on how Google Apps are being used in business and reviews a range of online tools that could save time and money.
The Bristol Pound – The Bristol Pound is real money made forBristol, with the aim of retaining and multiplying the benefit of every pound spent for ordinary people and businesses. James Berry, Bristol Credit Union provides information on how social enterprises can get involved.
Find out what happened at our previous QI events.