Olmec Introduces First Steps in Social Enterprise For BME Women 2017 In The U.K

ipecFirst Steps In Social Enterprise is free and open to existing and aspiring female social entrepreneurs from BME (Black and Ethnic Minority) backgrounds. The programme is designed to support aspiring social entrepreneurs ideas through a structured 12 week programme.
The programme is for
• Sole traders or have a skill and want to develop a business that benefits the community
• Have a social enterprise idea / social enterprise at an early stage
• Want to develop a social enterprise model from an existing community organisation
• An entrepreneur that wants to develop a social enterprise

About SIL

We are redefining business models and needs of our partners including for profit, non profit and government with social innovation.

With access to several research-active academics and professionals with wealth of experiences, we can help small and medium enterprises to find solutions to their social businesses for long term.