Kevin Davis, who is also a Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership board member, will discuss the impact social enterprises can have on local economic recovery in these unprecedented times.
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WiSE Wednesdays are organised and facilitated by iSE in order to provide regular support, insight and question-and-answer opportunities for the social enterprise sector. iSE is a leading third sector support organisation providing start-up and development opportunities for social enterprises, community organisations and not-for-profits in Birmingham and beyond.
Mr Davis said: “Now more than ever it is crucial that we are supporting young people and social enterprises in all aspects of education, enterprise, employment and engagement. In my day job and in my role on the board of the Black Country LEP my focus is very firmly on social enterprise and economic inclusion and I am delighted to be speaking as part of the iSE webinar series. I hope to encourage social enterprises to recognize their role in our economic recovery as we move forward through this extraordinary time.”
The Walsall-based Vine Trust Groupis a group of social enterprises focused on education, employment and the re-engagement of young people.