2 New Developments will Build NB Social Enterprise Landscape

June 30, 2013 | by: Heather Boyd-Kinnie

Enterprising Non-Profits recently published news on the Social Enterprise ecosystem in New Brunswick and reported that 2 developments are changing the landscape. 1) Submission of a proposal to create a social enterprise policy framework for the province from a committee  formed under the provincial poverty reduction plan 2) Supports outside the government acting as catalyst for social enterprise and innovation, notably the Pond-Deshpande Centre. Click here for article.

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