Enterprise Development

The Enterprise Development Programme aims to provide a broad range of support for charities and social enterprises in England, helping them make a transition to new enterprise models or grow existing ones.

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The Enterprise Development Programme is a five year programme, funded by Access – The Foundation for Social Investment and managed by a coalition of partners. The programme aims to provide a broad range of support for charities and social enterprises in England, helping them become more financially resilient by developing new enterprise models, or by growing existing ones.

The programme has offered tailored support to organisations that are thinking of exploring new models of trading to help them become more financially resilient and who require support to make the transition. Organisations work collaboratively with sector leads; Homeless Link, Centre for Youth Impact, Association of Mental Health Providers and Equally Ours, throughout the programme journey. Social Investment Business will help to administer the programme.

We have taken a collaborative and thoughtful approach to this offering and have aimed to create a cohort of sector-based organisations who are interested in exploring enterprise activity and potential revenue models in their respective sectors. 

If you would like to find out more about the programme, please visit www.enterprisedevelopmentprogramme.org.uk 

For any questions about the programme or if you'd like to link up with our network or to book a phone call or visit please contact Murphy.Hopkins-Hubbard@Homelesslink.org.uk 

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Murphy Hopkins-Hubbard

Enterprise Development and Investment Manager

Murphy Hopkins-Hubbard is the Enterprise Development and Investment Manager at Homeless Link. As the Enterprise Development and Investment Manager, she acts as the main contact for our enterprise and investment programmes.
 

Telephone: 07950954470
Email: murphy.hopkins-hubbard@homelesslink.org.uk