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Business support for people creating social and environmental change. Formerly Social Incubator East.
Business support for people creating social and environmental change. Formerly Social Incubator East.

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Proud to see our director Belinda Bell named in the NatWest Women in Social Enterprise 100 list.

At the launch, she said these awards are important because "when we challenge the inequalities that we face as women it opens up space to challenge other inequalities around sexuality, race, class and more."
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How can Britain be better and fairer? The Imagine2027 lecture series at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge will look at health, media, feminism, technology and more...
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Get stuck into this podcast series from the British Council GSEN and Pioneers Post - all about social enterprises around the world.
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It's Social Saturday! Celebrating social enterprise across the UK in all its guises and encouraging everyone to buy social.
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Learn to reduce energy consumption and be more energy efficient at this workshop for #SMEs in Cambridge.
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Give yourself a quick tune-up so you can get more done without burning out - free session from The Helpful Clinic next week at the Cambridge Future Business Centre.
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Cambridge Enterprise will be investing in social ventures from the University of Cambridge - up to £20k each.
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Fitbit for meditation? Motion-guided #mindfulness app by Mindz featured in the Cambridge News.
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Want some support to figure out Wordpress by yourself? Join a friendly bunch of pros and newbies at drop in days this autumn at Future Business Centre in Cambridge.
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Tribalingual's been featured by the Smithsonian Magazine! Read their profile of founder Inky Gibbens' passion for saving dying languages and how language influences thought.
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