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Member News

Information from Zoom @ Noon Call - 02/03/21
2 March 2021

If you were unable to attend our latest Zoom @ Noon call today (Tues 2/3/21) we heard from Majella Gollogly from Third Sector Connect and Orla Black from Community Foundation Northern Ireland. 

Below is some information from the event and if you would like to access the full Audio Recording of the call you can by contacting - 

"The Pitch" Event in Partnership with Community Finance Ireland
23 February 2021

Social Enterprise NI is delighted to host this NI wide Pitching Event which will see Social Enterprises from all across the country have the chance to pitch for £600.

We are delighted that once again Community Finance Ireland will be providing the prize fund for this event.

If you or your organisation have a new business idea or need investment in your current Business why not come along and face "The Dragons" in this real life "Dragons Den" type event and have the chance of a £600 investment for your Business/Organisation.

Belfast Met - Belfast Business School Opportunities
22 February 2021

Belfast Metropolitan College - Belfast Business School have a number of initiatives running with our Business students that they would love to work with our members on. 

One initiative is linked to Training & Development, the other is linked to Promotion and Marketing

Training & Development

Social Enterprise NI - "Build Back Social" Virtual Conference 2021 - REMO Platform Information
15 February 2021

Social Enterprise NI will be hosting it's Annual Conference on Thursday 25th February 2021 at 10am (Networking from 9.30am) - 12noon. There is still time to book your place at this years conference and you can do this by clicking here 

This year we will be hosting the conference on the REMO Conferencing Platform. Below is the details of how to use the REMO Platform and tips and hints for Sponsors and Participants ahead the conference. 

‘Councils Make It Happen’ campaign launched to highlight value of local councils
8 February 2021

A new and timely campaign has been launched recognising the value of local government in Northern Ireland, focussing on the key role that councils play in our everyday lives.

Driven by the Northern Ireland Local Government Association and the 11 local councils across NI, the ‘Councils Make It Happen’ campaign will run from 8th February until summer 2021, highlighting how councils directly and indirectly support essential services, the environment, our wellbeing, the economy and future planning.