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Thu, 12 May


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The Role of Social Enterprises in Circular Economy Growth

With social enterprises contributing a huge amount to the UK's GDP, how can these organisations help develop the circular economy?

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The Role of Social Enterprises in Circular Economy Growth
The Role of Social Enterprises in Circular Economy Growth

Time & Location

12 May 2022, 10:30 – 11:30

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About the Event

The BLUEPRINT to a Circular Economy Project is helping to create greener, more sustainable and more inclusive local authorities. As part of the project, they've organised a free webinar on circular social enterprises

Taking place on Thursday 12 May, “The role of social enterprises in circular economy growth” features speakers from Social Enterprise East of England, Amplify Goods, Cambridge Community Reuse & Recycling Network and more.

Social enterprises are worth 3% of UK GDP – that’s three times larger than the country’s agricultural sector. These organisations are also leading the way when it comes to repair, reuse and remanufacture.

Drawing on social enterprises – which also create around 5% of all UK employment – will be key to the circular economy transition. In this session, you’ll hear from organisations leading the way in the circular economy sector and get the chance to ask questions about social enterprises’ role in green growth.

Who should attend?
  • Social enterprises
  • Small business owners
  • Local authority officers (waste, campaigns, projects, environment, climate, economic development etc)
  • Chair – Deb Lee, Managing Director, Social Enterprise East of England
  • Nikki DiGiovanni, Development Director, CCORRN
  • Pasha Michaelsen, Co-Founder, Amplify Goods
  • Camilla Marcus-Dew, Head of Ventures, Connection Crew CIC
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