Social Enterprise Place
Cambridgeshire has a diverse range of social enterprises, ranging from well-established social enterprises, to start ups. Cambridgeshire was set up as a Social Enterprise Place to recognise it’s history of innovation and represents the diverse industries and social issues that social ventures in Cambridgeshire address.
A recent survey showed that social enterprises are working to address a range of social issues such as financial exclusion, homelessness, recycling, unemployment and disabilities.
The Allia Future Business Centre in Cambridge provides a hive of activity and SEEE supports the social enterprise sector with information, events and consultancy services. SEEE works closely with Anglia Ruskin University each year to host an annual conference for the sector.
Find out more about other UK Social Enterprise Places on the SEUK website.