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How we’re responding to the Coronavirus pandemic
Derek Walker writes an update on what the Wales Co-operative Centre is doing to help people and communities across Wales during the Covid-19 pandemic.
New £500 million Economic Resilience Fund launched for Wales
First Minister Mark Drakeford has today announced a new £500 million fund to provide extra support to the Welsh economy, businesses and charities experiencing a sharp drop in trading as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Statement from Glenn Bowen, Wales Co-operative Centre’s Director for Enterprise
Social enterprises are not alone. Social Business Wales and its team of expert advisors are on hand to provide help with enquiries about cash flow, HR, digital platforms, marketing and communications and a range of other areas which might need re-thinking in light of the current situation
Cardiff-based coffee roastery Manumit offers training and employment to people who’ve suffered horrendous exploitation at the hands of modern slave traders, writes Social Business Wales Advisor Geoff Jones....
Co-housing community allows residents to have a shared sense of ownership and provide for future generations
A cohousing project in Swansea is bringing diverse groups of people together with the aim of creating secure, affordable homes in a strong, productive community.
Like many charities, Port Talbot and Afan Women’s Aid relies on social business activities to generate income. In 2017 the trustees decided to set up a trading arm...