Nine social innovators to get €600k funding boost
The investment will bring Social Entrepreneurs Ireland's investment in the social entrepreneurship sector to €6.26 million
Social Entrepreneurs Ireland will announce €600,000 in business growth funding for nine social innovators on Tuesday.
The investment, backed by long-term partner DCC, will bring SEI’s investment in the social entrepreneurship sector to €6.26 million. Its 190 investments support 1,000 jobs.
Darren Ryan, the chief executive of SEI, said: “Ultimately, our achievements in SEI are defined by the achievements of the social entrepreneurs we support. They develop scalable solutions to some of Ireland’s biggest social...
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