Our corporate partners

There has never been a more important time for the private sector to get involved in social enterprise, a positive force in the world of UK business.

Work with Social Enterprise UK to:

  • Stake out your position in the growing social enterprise market: and be recognised as leaders, moving into a new market
  • Get connected: influence the agenda for the future and become business ambassadors for social enterprise
  • Be inspired: businesses and their colleagues can learn more about a subject that is exciting business, political and society leaders around the world 
  • Reach influencers and opinion formers: Social Enterprise UK has strong connections with politicians and the media 

Download our brochure for private sector organisations.




PwC believes that social entrepreneurs are coming up with some of the best examples of new and sustainable ways of working, trying out new ideas which can create a stronger, more vibrant society and a stronger economy.


Santander is working with SEUK on the development of our Social Enterprise Places initiative. They also supported the 2015 State of Social Enterprise research report. 

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Johnson & Johnson are committed to working with social enterprises in their supply chain as part of their Social Impact through Procurement initiative. 



SEUK is working with Wates on their Social Enterprise Brokerage (SEB) to make it easier for workers at their construction sites to find social enterprise suppliers. Find out more.

SEUK work with Interserve on the delivery of the Social Value Summit, and have supported the development of Interserve’s Social Value Mapping tool.

Bates Wells Braithwaite are SEUK's preferred legal partner. SEUK is working with them on events, information, Get Legal, and specialist advice for social enterprises. Click here to go to the Get Legal website offering bespoke legal documents for social enterprises and charities.

SEUK is supporting Landmarc’s work to embed social value across their business and helping them measure their social impact. Read our report.

SEUK is working with EY to support the Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

SEUK is supporting Deloitte's Social Innovation Pioneer's programme through working with Pioneers and helping them to measure the impact of the programme. Read our report here.



SEUK is the lead partner on the arc campaign, a Business in the Community initiative designed to create a lasting legacy for the Olympic host boroughs by stimulating the creation and growth of social enterprises.  

arc aims to support 200 social enterprises over four years enabling them to provide jobs for 1,000 local people. The arc campaign has now expanded to Yorkshire alongside East and West London.


The Buy Social Corporate Challenge, launched in April 2016, is an initiative involving a number of high profile businesses who are collectively aiming to spend £1 billion with social enterprises by 2020. It is being led by Social Enterprise UK in partnership with the Cabinet Office and Business in the Community.

We are looking to recruit more big businesses to sign up to the initiative. 

For more information contact Charlie Wigglesworth - Director of Business & Enterprise at SEUK. Email charlie.wigglesworth@socialenterprise.org.uk or telephone 020 3589 4952.