The UK disability organisation Scope has developed a range of services for disabled people and employers aimed at improving all aspects of the working environment.
This website promotes best social, environmental and ethical (SEE) practice. It rates companies according to categories such as workforce, ethical trade etc.
This website provides information for social enterprises on training, funding, support services, consultancy services and useful publications.
Website aiming to bring new buyers and social enterprise sellers in London to a virtual marketplace and raise awareness of social enterprise in general.
The SDRC is an inter-disciplinary social research group carrying out policy related research within the Dep Social Policy & Social Work at Oxford University.
SEC is the UK's national body for social enteprise.
Social Enterprise West Midlands is a membership organisation committed to developing a strong social enterprise sector in the West Midlands region. Their website provides central access to information, intelligence, resources, contacts and sources of support for anyone interested in developing or working with social enterprises in the region. Join as a free member to receive a weekly news round-up, a quarterly magazine with relevant issues, news and developments from the sector as well as access to free and subsidised training and events.
European Social Firms network comprising 13 EU member countries within which Social Firms UK is very active and plays a leading part, with its CEO currently Secretary General.
Social Firms Scotland is the national support body for the development and promotion of Social Firms in Scotland.
Social Firms UK offers consultancy services relating to setting up and running Social Firms and social enterprises.
Social Firms Wales is the Welsh arm of Social Firms UK the National Support Agency for Social Firm development. It is committed to the creation of employment opportunities for disadvantaged people through the development and support of Social Firms in Wales.
This is a free local newspaper designed to actively encourage entrepreneurship and to provide genuine help to anyone thinking of setting up on their own. Key features include proven ways to start a business successfully, where to find local help and where.
This government website enables organisations to register and receive notification of their local procurement contract opportunities below a value of £100k completely free of charge. By registering as a supplier, Social Firms can automatically receive notification of contract opportunities local to them and compete for such contracts on an equal footing.