Applications sought for social enterprises scheme

Applications are being sought for a business programme for social enterprises.

21st September, 2014
From left: Ian Cumbers, The Social Energy Project; Liann Buckley, social enterprise manager, DCU Ryan Academy; Stuart Fraser, Irish Social Enterprise Network; Menter Iontach Nua's Aifric O'Malley; Chris Gordon, chair, Irish Social Enterprise Network; Ann Horan, chief executive DCU Ryan Academy

Applications are being sought for a business programme for social enterprises.

Past participants in Menter Iontach Nua run by DCU Ryan Academy include Speedpak, Educate Together, Deaf Sports Ireland and Young Social Innovators.

The free FETAC Level 6 programme will run over six weeks from Saturday, October 4, allowing participants to explore their social enterprise idea and devise a plan to take it to market.

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