Social Enterprise

The Upcycling of Abandoned Public Sector Building

Killyhevlin Business Centre The previously vacant NI Water HQ at the Killyhevlin Industrial Estate is now well established as the Killyhevlin Business Centre, home to 29 businesses which have created over 50 jobs. Apart from the tangible evidence of a thriving successful Business Centre, it is useful to reflect, as a learning process, on the decision and perhaps the wider impact of this development on economic development in the area.

Assistant Administration Manager Part-Time (25 hours)

Fermanagh Enterprise Limited is a thriving and successful Social Enterprise working since 1985 to promote Economic Development in Fermanagh by assisting, supporting and encouraging small business start-up and development, including the provision of a range of flexible industrial and office workspace suited to start-up and growing small businesses at four managed sites.

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.