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BSWN's Summer of Research: South West of England BAME-led Social Enterprise Survey


This survey is part of a research project funded by the Connect Fund and run by the Black South West Network. Our objective is to map the Black/Asian and Minority Ethnic-led social enterprise sector in the South West of England. The findings will be used to coordinate support for BAME-led social enterprises across the South West both in terms of investment readiness and training needs.

Please fill in the survey so your BAME-led organisation can be counted. We would like to hear from all BAME-led social enterprises that serve the local community, no matter how small or large they are. We aim to build a directory of all BAME-led social enterprises in the South West so please provide accurate contact details.

What it means to be BAME-led? It means that an organisation is owned by a BAME member, composed mainly of people from a BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic) background and it is led by a Board or Management Committee which is wholly or mostly composed of BAME people.

The survey should only take about 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed here.