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Money: Capital for growth: meeting the needs of social enterprises delivering health and care

Author: E3M
Date: 07.03.16

Guest Blog from Christine Chang, Senior Director, Investment at Big Society Capital… One in four charities and one in three social enterprises are involved in the provision of health and social care support. In the current environment, the trend for outsourcing will continue, and with austerity there will be increasing pressure for cost savings and […]

Markets: Business ‘as usual’ no longer an option for Northern Ireland

Author: E3M
Date: 27.01.16

John McMullan, CEO of Bryson Charitable Group, shares the challenges and opportunities for pubic service delivery in Northern Ireland… As we approach the Northern Ireland (NI) Assembly elections in May 2016, we are entering challenging and perhaps unchartered ‘economic and political waters’. Our politics, which are always challenging, are witnessing for the first time in […]

E3M: A catalyst for change

Author: E3M
Date: 19.01.16

E3M is an initiative that promotes social innovation in the way we run public services. In particular, it supports the growth and scale and impact of social enterprises that trade in public service markets. This short film shows how the E3M members and partners work collectively to make a difference. There are over 30 social enterprise members […]

E3M Member Case Study: LEYF

Author: E3M
Date: 19.01.16

London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) looks after 3,500 children in 34 nurseries across London, and that number is growing. While the organisation still has charitable status, it became a social business in order to move away from a sole focus on grant dependency and build a business that trades in the ‘market place’, i.e. directly with […]

E3M Member Case Study: CASA

Author: E3M
Date: 19.01.16

Dr Guy Turnbull, Managing Director of CASA (Care and Share Associates), tells us about his social enterprise and how it makes a difference. CASA is social enterprise that provides domiciliary care in the North of England. Its unique selling point is the employee ownership model: investment in, and business contribution by, the staff means a significantly happier […]

Welcome to E3M’s new website!

Author: Jonathan Bland
Date: 13.02.15

I’M DELIGHTED TO INTRODUCE THE NEW E3M WEBSITE. Our aim is to use this space to share the thoughts and views of the E3M members and partners on the key issues for success for social enterprises that trade in public service markets. Of course we also want to profile the work of these organisations to […]