SEWM

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SEWMStrong and Electroweak Matter (workshop)
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SEWM also recognised two individuals - Sandwell Community Caring Trust's Geoff Walker and Stephen Holmes of HMP Stoke Heath - for their outstanding contributions to social enterprise.
Aidem Digital, Midlands Together CIC, and Beat it Percussion have already taken advantage and will have their 'adverts' displayed across SEWM's YouTube channel and social media throughout the duration of Saturday.
Melanie Mills, chief executive of SEWM, added: "At a time when every penny must count and the importance of making enterprise beyond making people wealthy is important, social enterprise and social value offer a new way of doing business," she said.
I hope that we can maintain the SEWM CIC network to ensure that young people can access more opportunities through the services offered by our members.
The Social Enterprise West Midlands (SEWM) event, which was held at 4 Brindleyplace in Birmingham, urged more than 220 delegates to concentrate on attracting a whole host of new finance options now available to them.
Kevin Maton, network director of Social Enterprise West Midlands, made the bold prediction at his organisation's official launch as a newly formed community interest company - SEWM CIC.
Kevin Maton, chief executive of Social Enterprise West Midlands (SEWM), said the region possesses the necessary skills and business support network to encourage existing council staff to start social enterprises as a way of providing local services.
Brew On, Fordhall Community Land Initiative, IQS Travel and New Hope were named as first winners of the SEWM Choose Social Enterprise Awards at a high-profile event held by Social Enterprise West Midlands.
Melanie Mills, business services assessor at SEWM, was delighted with the response from Coventry and Warwickshire.
Organised by Social Enterprise West Midlands (SEWM), the two-day residential business development programme aimed to help delegates access to specialist skills such as marketing, raising finance during the recession, managing growth and leading change.
Steve Packer (Park View Business and Enterprise School), Birmingham Chamber's Paul Hanna and members of staff from Jobcentre Plus are working with Social Enterprise West Midlands (SEWM) to increase their understanding and act as advocates for the sector within their own organisations.