Social Enterprise Network offers advice and information to new and established social enterprises

Whether you’re thinking of setting up a social enterprise, running an ethical business, or just improving your existing enterprise, SEN Together are ready to help.

Social Enterprise Network (SEN) work to support the development and growth of entrepreneurship across the Liverpool City Region, raising both level of engagement and trading ability of social enterprise businesses to enhance their economic viability, sustainability, social and environmental impact and contribution to the local economy.

Every Wednesday, from 3pm – 6pm, SEN hold a free drop-in advice service at their offices at 151 Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2AH. No matter if they’re dealing with an established social enterprise or with someone just starting out, SEN are offering advice and assistance in all aspects of social enterprises, from setting up to growing and expanding. The advice service also acts as a facilitator, signposting important specialist support around marketing, insurance, funding and more.

In addition to this drop-in initiative, there are a number of core values and a vision that will underpin the organisation’s activities over the next five years. This includes the upcoming SENTogether Conference “Capital with a Conscience” – A Better Solution?, which will be held on Friday 12th September with The Reader Organisation’s at Calderstones Mansion House. Speakers will include Robbie Davison of Can Cook, and Helen Heap of Seebohm Hill, who both have progressive ideas around what social lenders should really be doing. Tickets are available for £10, with lunch, refreshments and challenging ideas are all included.
If you’d like to book your own free drop-in advice slot, call 0151 237 2664 or email or visit


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