Social Enterprise

Social enterprises are businesses that compete in the market place just like any other business. However, they also trade for a community, social or environmental purpose, re-invest any profits made back into their business or community, and adopt ownership structures that are based on participation rather than personal or private gain.

For projects Pulse have been involved with click on the examples above

Social enterprise development

Well known examples of social enterprises include Jamie Oliver's 'Fifteen' restaurant, Liverpool's Furniture Resource Centre, The Big Issue, and Cafe Direct.

If you are considering starting up your own social enterprise or need help to develop an existing initiative, we can assist. We also provide support for small and medium sized enterprises and private businesses.

 

Our range of social enterprise services include:

For further information about how we can help, or if you would like to arrange a no obligation discussion to talk through your requirements, then please contact us.