Unlocking the Potential of Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

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Author: Social Entreprise and Entrepreneurship Taskforce

Year: 2013

The Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Task Force (SEETF) was established in 2009 to promote social enterprise and social entrepreneurship as a viable and vibrant part of the Irish economy.

In this submission to Forfas, supported by Carnegie UK Trust, the SEETF presents a coherent set of proposals for releasing both the job creation potential and the social dividend that social enterprise confers.

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