THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CONFERENCE: Start. Grow. Scale. Succession.
iSE CIC invites you to join us at the flagship City Drive 2020 Social Enterprise Conference: Start. Grow. Scale. Succession.
City Drive 2020 is a key week in the Birmingham calendar for stakeholders, commissioners, responsible businesses and entrepreneurs interested in understanding, collaborating and working with social enterprises.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
We have assembled broad and diverse social entrepreneurs who will share their business journey from start-up to succession. Find out about their experiences of maximising social value, navigating business challenges and running successful, high achieving and commercially competitive social enterprises!
OUR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS
With an exceptional gathering of high achieving and award winning regional and national social entrepreneurs, the knowledge and experience in the room is a unique opportunity to access and network at the highest level.
There will also be growth and succession workshops from Anthony Collins Solicitors, School for Social Entrepreneurs, Resonance and Dolls of Decadence… and be prepared for a fun stitching activity for delegates from Woolly Mammoth Stitch Works CIC!
The dynamic social enterprise marketplace will see over 20 organisations trading and demonstrating their social impact and who are delivering social value across commercial contracts and engaging with diverse market opportunities.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This conference is for social entrepreneurs, changemakers, investors, leaders, new start-ups and those serious about using social enterprise to create impact through investment, capacity-building, collaboration and/or supply chain.
DOWNLOAD THE AGENDA HERE: CD2020 SE Conference AGENDA
WHERE & WHEN
Friday 3rd April 2020, 9.30am to 2.30pm
BVSC, The Centre for Voluntary Action, 138 Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DR
PLEASE BOOK HERE – £25 per ticket including lunch.
We would like to thank our Social Enterprise Conference sponsors for their support: Anthony Collins Solicitors, Big Society Capital, Birmingham & Solihull Social Economy Consortium, BVSC, Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership and The School for Social Entrepreneurs.