Here you’ll find our most recent press releases keeping you up to date with our latest news, responses to events affecting the sector and our latest research. To view all of our press releases click here.


“We are much more powerful than we can ever be alone” – Social Enterprise UK announces membership relaunch including free membership for start-ups and smaller social enterprises SocialEUK is supporting the growing number of UK start-ups by removing the member fee for smaller social enterprises, enabling them to join the largest social enterprise network in the world.

SEUK response to the call for evidence for the Civil Society StrategyOur response to the Call for Evidence for the Civil Society Strategy announced by the Government on 27 February.

SEUK welcomes Claire Dove as the the Crown Representative for the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector Our patron and former Chair, Claire Dove OBE DL, has been appointed as the Crown Representative for the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector.

Social Enterprises Impact Gender Inequality, Poverty and Employment Diversity – But Need Help to Survive in Post-Brexit Britain, New Report Reveals - Our ‘Trading for Good’ report shows the important impact social enterprises are having on some of the poorest communities in the UK and calls for more to be done to encourage Government, funders and the public to ensure social enterprises are supported.

Social Enterprise UK expands its teamSocial Enterprise UK is expanding its team welcoming Dr Claire Mansfield, as director of research, and Professor Jo Pritchard MBE, as director of health and social care.

SEUK response to the Government’s dormant asset distributionOur response to the Government's announcement that £330 million is to be unlocked from dormant accounts to tackle societal challenges


Charlie Wigglesworth confirmed as New Deputy CEO for Social Enterprise UK We are delighted to announce that Charlie Wigglesworth will take on the role of Deputy CEO at Social Enterprise UK from the beginning of January 2018

Government missing a trick with £243bn public sector spending by not addressing procurement in Industrial Strategy In a report written with the author of the Social Value Act, we call on the Act to be extended to all public sector expenditure 

A step forward, not a step change - Response to the Industrial Strategy Our response to the Industrial Strategy