Who we are

We are the national body for social enterprise – business with a social or environmental mission.

Induction video

We have been working with SEUK members and our Patrons, Michael Sheen and Chris Addison, to put together an induction film with supporting materials to help employees of social enterprises understand the impact of the sector and why working for a social enterprise is different, and special.

SEUK Members

We have members all over the UK as well as in various parts of the world. You can view all our members on a map as well as searching for particular organisations and locations.

Capitalism in Crisis? Transforming our Economy for People and Planet -SOSE 2019

Faced with the triple threat of climate crisis, economic inequality and social division the latest State of Social Enterprise Report shows how social enterprises are crucial to resolving the crisis in capitalism.

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Partner With Us

We currently partner with organisations as diverse as Johnson & Johnson, NHS England and the World Bank but are always keen to explore new relationships – we would be delighted to hear from you.

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Latest News

  • Support the world's first social enterprise feature film!

    Skem, I Love You" is the world's first social enterprise feature film! Bringing together local people in Skelmersdale, its budget will be spent on real community projects that tackle genuine issues in the town, whilst giving people the opportunity to participate in making the film. Support their Crowdfunder and make this inspiring idea a reality. Read more

  • Future Directions are ‘Bucking the National Trend’ by being Outstanding!

    Social Enterprise UK member, Future Directions, has been rated 'Outstanding' by the CQC joining the just 4% of care providers to have achieved this rating. Its values of putting people first going the extra mile show the difference being a social enterprise can have in the delivery of quality, personalised services Read more

  • Social Enterprise Community: it is time to talk about mental health

    On Time to Talk day, CEO of of Mental Health First Aid, Simon Blake, talks about the importance of being open about mental health in the social enterprise sector. Read more

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