The UK’s foremost charitable leisure & library social enterprise GLL marked its first 30 years with a special celebration at The House of Commons (2 November) attended by an array of industry, sporting and library leaders alongside politicians and Members of the House of Lords.
Our first Social Procurement Meet-up brought together social enterprises and corporate buyers to build new connections and partnerships.
As thousands of people prepare to attend Labour Party Conference, Social Enterprise UK has been working with its venue ACC Liverpool and catering contractors Sodexo to maximise the event’s positive impact by bringing social enterprises into its supply chain.
Four midlands based cleaning social enterprises have taken a new and exciting approach to collaborate in order to win new business and increase their social impact.
The Social Value 2032 Roadmap sets out how we can make social value cover all public sector procurement and influence the spending of the largest private sector companies
SEUK are proud to be a delivery partner on the newly launched VCSE Contract Readiness Programme.
Delivered in partnership with the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) and Voice4 Change England, and funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) – the VCSE Contract Readiness Programme’s objective is to enable social enterprises and charities to compete alongside other organisations for public sector contracts.
Delivered by the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE), Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) and Voice4Change England, and funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) – the VCSE Contract Readiness Programme‘s objective is to enable greater participation of charities and social enterprises (otherwise known as Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations) in public … Continued
On the evening of 28 November the House of Lords voted on an amendment to the Procurement Bill to include social value within the legislation. This is SEUK’s response