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Frequently Asked Questions

This section provides the answers to frequently asked questions about Social Firms and Social Firms UK including practical issues and international queries.

What Is A Social Firm?

What Is The Difference Between Social Firms And Social Enterprises?

Why Was The Definition Of A Social Firm Broadened To The 'Severely Disadvantaged' In 2006

What Is The History Of The Social Firm Movement?

What Are The Main Issues Facing Social Firms At The Moment?

How Do I Set Up A Social Firm? Is There Any Guidance On The Structure, Finance And How It Should Be Run?

Why Should I Join Social Firms UK?

I Have An Idea For a Social Firm. How Can I Tell If It Will Work?

What Are The Likely Other Sources Of Finance For Social Firms?

Is There An Accreditation System To Show You Are A Social Firm?

What Types Of Training And Business Support Are Available To Social Firms?

How Can We Externalise Our Project From The Local Authority? Are There Any Examples Of When This Has Been Done Successfully?

I Run A Social Firm. Can You Recommend An Insurance Company Sympathetic To Social Firms?

Is There A List Of Consultants Who Have Expertise In Social Firms?

Where Can I Find A List Of Social Firms In My Region?

How Do Social Firms Sit Within The Spectrum Of Employment Provision For Disabled People?

How Can I Find A Job In A Social Firm?

Where Can I Find Information About Benefits Allowances And General Benefits Advice?

What Is A Social Enterprise And What Types Are There?
What Is A Social Enterprise And What Types Are There?

What Work Options Are There For A Disabled Person Following A Long Period Of Unemployment?

What Is A CIC (Community Interest Company)?

What If A Private Investor Wants To Get Involved In Setting Up A Social Firm?

What Is A Social Entrepreneur?

Are There Organisations Equivalent To Social Firms UK In Other Countries?

I Am Coming To The UK And Am Interested In Comparing Social Firms Here To Those In My Country. Is It Possible To Visit Any Social Firms?

What Are The Issues About Having Trustees With Learning Difficulties?

Frequently Asked Questions

Back to What Is A Social Firm?

>What Is A Social Firm?

>What Is The Difference Between Social Firms And Social Enterprises?

>What Is The History Of The Social Firm Movement?

>What Are The Main Issues Facing Social Firms At The Moment?

>How Do I Set Up A Social Firm? Is There Any Guidance On The Structure, Finance And How It Should Be Run?

>I Have An Idea For a Social Firm. How Can I Tell If It Will Work?

>Is There An Accreditation System To Show You Are A Social Firm?

>What Types Of Training And Business Support Are Available To Social Firms?

>How Can We Externalise Our Project From The Local Authority? Are There Any Examples Of When This Has Been Done Successfully?

>I Run A Social Firm. Can You Recommend An Insurance Company Sympathetic To Social Firms?

>Is There A List Of Consultants Who Have Expertise In Social Firms?

>Where Can I Find A List Of Social Firms In My Region?

>How Can I Find A Job In A Social Firm?

>What Work Options Are There For A Disabled Person Following A Long Period Of Unemployment?

>Where Can I Find Information About Benefits Allowances And General Benefits Advice?

>What If A Private Investor Wants To Get Involved In Setting Up A Social Firm?

>Are There Organisations Equivalent To Social Firms UK In Other Countries?

>I Am Coming To The UK And Am Interested In Comparing Social Firms Here To Those In My Country. Is It Possible To Visit Any Social Firms?

>What Are The Issues About Having Trustees With Learning Difficulties?

>What Is A CIC (Community Interest Company)?

>What Is A Social Entrepreneur?

>Why Should I Join Social Firms UK?

>How Do Social Firms Sit Within The Spectrum Of Employment Provision For Disabled People?

>What Are The Likely Other Sources Of Finance For Social Firms?

>Why Was The Definition Of A Social Firm Broadened To The 'Severely Disadvantaged' In 2006

>What Is A Social Enterprise And What Types Are There?

 
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