Developing a social enterprise idea

The first stop on your journey as a social entrepreneur should be thinking about a great idea. Here are some things to consider when developing a new idea:

Are you a social entrepreneur?

Can you solve your own problem?

What skills and experience do you have?

What questions do you need to answer?

and others.

If you are looking for comprehensive support the first thing you should do is check out the Start Up programmes. There is also lots of other great support out there:

Social Enterprise UK have a free Start Your Social Enterprise guide that takes you through the start-up essentials and includes the advice of those who have been there and done it.

Bright Ideas Trust offer free advice by phone or e-mail to start-up organisations and offer Start-up loans and training for young entrepreneurs in London.

Just Act has a great Knowledge Bank that helps point you in the right direction for the type of help you need!

Read more on this link.

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