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Scotland’s development agency for start-up social entrepreneurs and enterprises, providing a national programme and bespoke business advice and support
Location: South Western Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: RaiSE
Last 7th of July Regionalmanagement NordHessen launched the international hybrid event Blockchain Innovation in Logistics and Beyond.
Type: Project
The use of ESF Funds to provide microloans in order to support individuals with difficulties in accessing traditional credit channels to start up a business
Location: Sardegna, Italy (Italia)
Project: ATM for SMEs
Study on the Social Enterprises Ecosystem in Ireland (WestBIC)
From folder: STUDY - IRELAND
Lead Partner: Fejér Enterprise Agency
The lack of access to credit and financial exclusion can be a serious obstacle to business creation in many European regions. Microfinancing of SMEs and support to social entrepreneurship is an already tested and proven tool which can contribute to a high level of quality and sustainable employment, reducing disparities and poverty; and thus contributing to the realization of the « Inclusive growth » priority of the Europe 2020 strategy. There is a wide variety of microfinance programs across Europe, however, there are significant differences in how these microfinance initiatives reach their target groups. Therefore, the “ATM for SMEs” project is aiming at improving the access to microfinance in the participating regions by sharing and exchanging the local knowledge on innovative solutions. The "ATM for SME"s consortium is lead by Fejér Enterprise Agency (HU), and is characterized by a balanced proportion of managing authorities and microfinance institutions, and a European-level advisory partner. The intensive interregional policy exchange and learning process, planned in the framework of the project, allows the gathering of evidence on the feasibility of these good practices, and capitalising on the experience accumulated in the  participating regions.     The 9 regional partners will prepare 9 action plans in order to integrate and deploy  good practices learnt from interregional cooperation within the identified regional or  national policies.
Scottish Enterprise organises a training to explore key principles, characteristics, challenges and opportunities.
Type: Project
Karin Dom Foundation

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Join us for an interactive webinar on business support schemes for social enterprises. On 12 March from 15:00 to 16:30.
Type: Platform
It took place at the Corn Exchange on 21 March 2017.
Type: Project