Do you run a business with a social ethos and generating a ‘social value’?
If you are a business based in Dublin, Meath, Kildare, Denbighshire or Anglesey you could receive a helping hand from WINSENT.
WINSENT are the Wales Ireland Network for Social Entrepreneurship and have officers in Wales and Ireland to help aspiring and existing businesses.
Their first newsletter is now available it’s an interesting read and includes one of my photos.
I attended the recent event at The Oriel House, St Asaph. I picked up my camera and helped out by taking some shots of the event and the team.
Caroline Casey was a fantastic speaker, her work in creating the O2 Ability Awards with the Kanchi team is exemplary. When describing Caroline ‘ability’ is the best word, she has been able to get businesses to focus on the benefits that come by employing highly motivated and able members of staff, with the ability to recognise this vision by conceiving a brilliant award process.
As part of Anglesey Business Week a meeting is being held on Thursday 23 September 18:30hrs at the Trearddur Bay Hotel, Anglesey. The event is free to attend if you register with Vona Law by email; firstname.lastname@example.org
Speaking at the event is Julie Harris from COSMIC a social a social entrepreneur ambassador who brings IT training and support to local people, organisations and business in a rural community. Her presentation will be on Social Enterprises and how to get the most out of social media.
There will be an opportunity to network along with WINSENT, Network She and Business on Anglesey members. More information on business networking can be found in my Blog post
To find out more about WINSENT visit their web site or email Vona email@example.com.