Social Firms England Takes on Mantle of Social Firms UK

SFEICON.pngFrom the beginning of April 2015, Social Firms England will take over as the successor body to Social Firms UK.

This is a really exciting move for the social firms sector, and comes as a result of a year of consultation with members. The change is not just in the name, but also an improved and streamlined model for social firm support and promotion at local and national level.

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National Consortium of Social Enterprises

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The National Consortium of Social Enterprises (NCSE) has been created in response to demand from public service commissioners in England to have more social enterprises in their supply chains.

The NCSE aims to make it easier for public sector commissioners to contact and contract from social enterprises.

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