Social Enterprises Urged to Get Award Entries In

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), May 27, 2014 | Go to article overview

Social Enterprises Urged to Get Award Entries In


Byline: Rupert Hall Business Reporter rupert.hall@trinitymirror.com

NOMINATIONS are now open for the Social Enterprise Wales Awards.

The awards are designed to recognise the innovation, inspiration and perspiration required to set up, run and grow successful social enterprises.

A spokesman for the awards said: "At a time when traditional approaches to businesses are being examined and questioned, social enterprises are working all across Wales, supplying services, training individuals, creating jobs and keeping money in local communities. "Organised by the Wales Co-operative Centre, with funding from the European Regional Development Fund and the Welsh Government, the Social Enterprise Awards Wales recognise the impact that social enterprises make in the Welsh economy and in Welsh communities." This year companies and businesses are competing across five categories including Welsh Social Enterprise of the Year which will go to the most innovative, inspirational or aspirational social enterprise in Wales.

The award for the One to Watch will honour social enterprises with the potential to grow and make a real impact in their community or local economy.

Firms going for the Buy Social / Market Builder award will be businesses and organisations who support the growth and development of social enterprises by utilising social enterprise friendly procurement and purchasing approaches.

The Inspiring Youth Enterprise category is open to social enterprises and social enterprise projects led by individuals and groups aged from eight to 24.

The awards will also recognise a Social Enterprise Champion who has made a difference in the development of social and community enterprise.

This may be an individual who has led a social enterprise or who has been involved in the development of many social enterprises. …

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