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2013 Awards Information Evening

Social Entrepreneurs Ireland

Tuesday, 29 January 2013 at 18:30

2013 Awards Information Evening

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Do you have a new solution for a social or environmental problem in Ireland? Do you want to scale and grow to impact more people and change Ireland? We can help.

Our Awards Programme provides direct support to high potential social entrepreneurs, helping them to refine their solution, build their organisations, become effective leaders and increase their impact.

If you are interested in applying, come along to our Information Evening on Tuesday 29th January at 6.30pm in the Waterways Ireland Visitors Centre.

This event will provide a valuable opportunity to listen to the experiences of previous Award winners, to ask any questions you may have on the application process and to meet with Awardees, the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland team and other applicants.

Do you have questions about 2013 Awards Information Evening? Contact Social Entrepreneurs Ireland

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Waterways Ireland Visitors Centre
Grand Canal Quay
Dublin 2

Tuesday, 29 January 2013 at 18:30

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Social Entrepreneurs Ireland

Social Entrepreneurs Ireland supports the development of new solutions to Ireland's social problems. They invest money, time and support in ambitious early stage social entrepreneurs who have ideas that have the potential to fundamentally change our approach to some of Ireland's most pressing social problems. Social Entrepreneurs Ireland works with these entrepreneurs to help them to develop and scale their organisations. 

Since 2004, Social Entrepreneurs Ireland have supported 204 social entrepreneurs, investing more than €6.7 million in their projects, as well as providing significant training and mentoring supports. These projects in turn have directly impacted the lives of 92,258 people across Ireland, and created 1,230 jobs in the process.

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