Making It Work: Getting creative helps social enterprise Loaf to rise
Loaf Catering used to earn most of its revenue via cafés – but Loaf Pottery, available to buy online, has generated vital income for the firm in 2020
The pandemic has opened up unexpected opportunities for a social enterprise in Belfast employing 60 people with learning difficulties and autism.
Up until this year, Loaf Catering earned its bread-and-butter revenues through a network of six cafés in the North, and by catering for corporate customers. With its core business hit hard by lockdown and social distancing restrictions, a creative offshoot of the main business is now taking centre stage.
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