USE IT! Programme Launched in West Birmingham and Sandwell

iSE launch USE IT! an innovative new 'place-based' programme to empower start-up social entrepreneurs and existing social enterprises to overcome entrenched deprivation and social isolation in their localities.USE IT Web Banner 2017  

Business Support

"Whether setting up a complex consortium, drafting a business plan for a social enterprise bakery, or anything in between, Sarah and her colleagues really know their stuff."  Simon Lee, Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP iSE can help with business support

iSE's Social Enterprise Journey - Our ground breaking training game!

iSE's Social Enterprise Journey is a training game to use with management committees and staff in voluntary organisations wanting to explore trading and social enterprise as an opportunity for growth and sustainability. Contact us for details and prices. Social Enterprise Journey Game

Frost and Snow at the Shop for Change Launch

Here is Frost and Snow's Sarah Frost with iSE's CEO Sarah Crawley at the Shop for Change launch. iSE worked with Midland Heart to develop their social enterprise Frost and Snow from the very beginning and we are very happy to see that their business is blooming!

Welcome to iSE

 

iSE is a social enterprise development organisation providing social enterprise start-up and growth support together with research and consultancy services.

We are experts in starting, growing and sustaining social enterprises. 

Find out how we can help you! 

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iSE shortlisted for NatWest

‘Skills and Opportunities Fund’

***WE NEED YOUR VOTE TO WIN***   iSE will be supporting 20 new women-led enterprises through the NatWest SKILLS AND OPPORTUNITIES FUND if we win your vote for Enterprise Skills for Women (ESW). ESW addresses the lack of culturally-appropriate start-up business support for women from BAME (Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic) backgrounds locally. The project will build the skills and confidence of disadvantaged women, breaking down cultural and gender barriers to starting an enterprise.                *VOTING CLOSES FRIDAY 5th MAY 2017, 12 noon*     READ MORE…                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Thom Kenrick, Head of Community Programmes said: “At NatWest we know that we can make the biggest difference when we help people help themselves. All our shortlisted projects have so much to offer people in their communities, so we’re asking the public to get behind the good causes that matter most to them.”USE IT Find out more 2017

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