An overview of the social enterprise sector. L Upkar Pardesi. What is a Social Enterprise?.
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An overview of the social enterprise sector
Many different types of venture meet SE criteria including:
of a particular local community.
Many different forms of legal entity:
Statistics on VCOs and Social Enterprises:
• Training 55%
• Counseling /advice services 51%
• Education & research 43%
• Services for people with disabilities 41%
• Health and social care 37%
• Youth services 37%
Statistics on failure rates of small firms including Third Sector Organisations
Statistics on recent deregistration of Charities:
*Charities with turnover of >£5,000
Source: Charities Commission
The minimum investment is £250,000 and the maximum is £750,000. Closing date 9 December 2011