Our social license holders build companies on social enterprise principles
We believe that business should be done differently. When we talk to a potential partner, our first conversation is not about money or products. It is about values. Only when we are happy that we share values do we consider the social objectives we have in common. When we discuss the business we can do together, the emphasis is on sharing rather than trading. The result is a SOCIAL LICENCE AGREEMENT. Here are our social licence holders:
LocoSoco (based in the UK). A FairShares social enterprise business that is helping to create community-owned enterprise (starting with eco-friendly products). It was launched in 2018.
Education and Solidarity Network (based in France). Part of MGEN, a mutual society for teachers. They support social economy initiatives around the world and are part of Group VYV.
Social Enterprise Academy (based in Nigeria). They provide accredited courses for 1,000s of students and 100s of schools, running a Global Fellowship Programme.
For Good Causes (based in the UK). A sharing platform enabling people to donate loyalty points from purchase cards to raise millions for charities and social enterprises.
SLAP (based in Croatia). A network organisation supporting social enterprise in Croatia and the Balkans.
KMEGA (based in Kenya). A social enterprise working at the grass roots, supporting street traders in Kenya.
STUDIO POP (based in UK and Chile) is a social innovation initiative creating enterprises around the world.
READY UNLIMITED (Based in the UK) are pioneers in social enterprise education and social innovation, working in schools around the world.