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iSE CIC | Celebrating 20 SocEnt Years

June is a hugely important month for iSE CIC as we registered as a Community Interest Company… and 6th June 2020 sees Sarah and the team celebrate 20 years as a social enterprise. As you can imagine, it’s been a … Continue reading

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COVID-19 | Rolling Out Return – Government Latest

As we all begin to see the ease of lockdown, there is still uncertainty across many sectors around how they need to prepare to rollout their own return to work. iSE welcomes the latest series of webinars, hosted by Department of … Continue reading

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Human Lending Library | Pret, Mumsnet, Eden Project Founders Offer Free Mentoring to Social Enterprises

Following in the footsteps of London, Manchester and New York, the free service connecting social entrepreneurs to successful business leaders comes to the West Midlands. The Human Lending Library delivered in partnership with charity Expert Impact and iSE gives social … Continue reading

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iSE | WiSE Wednesday Webinar SocEnt Series

New online support from iSE CIC, announcing our ‘WiSE Wednesday’ webinar series for the social enterprise sector. In these challenging times, iSE understands that social entrepreneurs and social enterprise leaders have a number of concerns as they look to survive, stabilise and … Continue reading

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iSE | Sarah Crawley Blogs: The social entrepreneur — thinking aloud… #1

The first in a series of posts reflecting on the lessons our CEO Sarah Crawley is learning as she helps her own and other social enterprises navigate these unprecedented times… As a passionate supporter of social enterprise and social entrepreneurs … Continue reading

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iSE CIC | New Funded Business Support for Social Enterprises

iSE CIC are now able to offer social enterprise Chief Executives, Owners and Leaders insightful and in-depth business support through these challenging times, thanks to a new GBSLEP and ERDF funded project. Directed at more established Birmingham & Solihull social … Continue reading

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