Thank you for all your kind words on last week’s edition, which taught me that inventing fictional emails for comic purposes is a sure fire way to success. It also attracted a threat of being sued for defamation by my mother, and I’m pretty sure she was only half joking. Nothing so creative this week I’m afraid, I was out too late last night for my father-in-law’s birthday (Dinner at Spring in Somerset House, which I highly recommend if you can find someone else to pay) and I’m too tired to come up with anything entertaining. Roll on the weekend!
Here’s this week’s news…
Hello! Lots of new subscribers to Have I Got Social Enterprise News For You, so welcome to you all. There’s a bit of a problem this week, however. I’ve been away for the last two weeks and haven’t really kept an eye on what has been going on in the world of social enterprise, I don’t really have any time to do any research and it’s Friday. So in the absence of anything to write about, I’m simply going to copy and paste my email inbox from while I’ve been away. Conveniently, I only received 10 emails…
We often get delegations from around the world e-mailing us and asking if they can meet with SSE and find out more about what we do. When we’re able to accommodate these requests it’s always a really useful and enjoyable experience for us (and hopefully sometimes for them too). It’s so easy to get caught up in the day to day bustle of e-mails and meetings taking a moment to explain to someone else what you do can be a useful reminder of why you do it! Continue reading