Social enterprise reading round-up
Nick Temple, SEUK's Director of Business and Enterprise, blogs about this month's interesting articles and pieces related to the social enterprise sector.
It’s that time of the month where I say “WHAT?! It’s OCTOBER already?!” and panic about the work that lies ahead. And then procrastinate from that work by putting together a blog post of the most interesting articles and pieces related to social enterprise that I’ve read in the past month…So here goes:
Nick will be speaking at The Social Franchising Event on 7th November in London.
Franchising has changed the world; the way we eat, the coffee we drink. But can the social sector harness the essence of franchising to replicate its most successful projects to scale? As resources dwindle can this method shore up the wasteful culture of reinvention of the wheel?
For 100 delegates, this event is a mix of dynamic presentations and master classes to introduce social franchising, get you thinking about applying its practices and increasing the scale of high impact projects sector wide.
Tickets just £50 + VAT for SEUK members (£75 for non-members).
Hosted at NatWest, Bishopsgate, London. Nearest tube and train: Liverpool Street Station.