Social Business Wales
The project is designed to assist social businesses which are looking to grow, whether that’s through increasing their turnover, diversifying into new products or services, attracting new customers or changing their structure.
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Social Business Wales (SBW) can help with a wide variety of challenges – from VAT advice to visioning, from business planning to board development and from sales strategy to stakeholder engagement. Our expert team of business advisors offer friendly, one to one advice and are backed up by specialist consultants in areas including HR, law, finance and marketing.
This project is designed to support established social businesses that are looking to expand, diversify or create more jobs. If you are in an earlier stage of your social business journey, please make use of the resources and information available on the SBW website and then get in touch to see what support is available.
SBW also supports businesses to transition into employee ownership, often as part of a business succession process. For more information, visit our Think Employee Ownership pages.
"Social Business Wales has been an invaluable source of support for Hope Rescue as we transformed our charity. SBW enabled us to access specialist advice in a range of different areas and we cannot thank them enough. Tricia has been such a help to us that we really do consider her to be a friend as well as an advisor."
SBW is a project which is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Welsh Government and is delivered by the Wales Co-operative Centre. It is part of the Business Wales service.
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