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What would an inclusive model of social entrepreneurship across the city look like?
As part of the SIMPL Project with partners in Torbay and Plymouth Colab has been awarded funding from the Barrow Cadbury Trust’s Connect Fund. In a collaborative, action learning process we are engaging a diverse group of people: ones with complex lives, (social) entrepreneurs, investors, creatives, commissioners etc to come together around the question ‘what would an inclusive model of social entrepreneurship across the city look like?’.
This project intends to mobilise Exeter’s entrepreneurial spirit, which would enable a more diverse group of people to live better lives by creating the conditions for investible solutions to come to fruition. These solutions seek to:
This multi-stakeholder process is infused by the following values:
The SIMPL partnership supports and stimulates the growth of a robust social economy across the South West (and beyond): a strong (local) economy that goes hand in hand with the well-being of people and planet. One that reduces inequality and takes care of natural resources, finds ways to restore and regenerate our natural world.Back to projects