Social Enterprise

InterTradeIreland | Brexit Advisory Service

Financial support of up to £1000 (euro equivalent) towards professional advice is available in relation to BREXIT matters, through InterTradeIreland's new BREXIT Readiness Vouchers scheme

The Foundry officially launches!

East Belfast’s first coworking space, The Foundry, has been officially launched with all ten private offices let ahead of the official opening

The Madlug Story - Why?

Dave Linton shares why he founded Madlug - a movement of incredible people buying bags so that new travel bags can be given for free to children and young people in care.

Setting up a Social Enterprise in NI

Social enterprises are businesses that trade to address social problems, improve communities, people’s quality of life, or the environment, with profits reinvested to achieve these goals

Social entrepreneur launches Kith & Kin

Social entrepreneur Sean Bruen saw a gap in the market for an organisation providing the community with access to free, trusted financial advice - Kith & Kin was launched in 2016

Social enterprises trade to tackle social problems, improve communities, people's life chances, or the environment. They make their money from selling goods and services in the open market, but they reinvest their profits back into the business or the local community. And so when they profit, society profits.

 

Many of our LEAs are Social Enterprises.