GMCVO is the voluntary sector support organisation for the Greater Manchester city region.
Working in partnership with the Greater Manchester BAME Network, and funded by the Connect Fund and the Peoples Postcode Lottery, The Connecting BAME Social Entrepreneurs project is to develop the GM BAME Social Enterprise Network and access marketing and communications input to create a brand and the key messages.
Based on the findings of the GMCVO Briefing Paper “Connecting BME Entrepreneurs to Social Investment May 2019” the purpose of the project is to:
Draw BAME* entrepreneurs to a point of contact and information.
Identify enterprise support such as hubs, networks and organisations that actively support BAME entrepreneurs and connect them.
Make enterprise support organisations and social investors aware of the opportunity to engage BAME entrepreneurs.
Develop a wide ranging BAME specific social enterprise network.
Click here to find out more about the position.
Closing date for applications: Friday 5th March 2021 at 9am.
*GMCVO uses the BAME acronym as we believe it is widely understood, but we acknowledge many feel this term is inadequate and limiting. We are therefore currently reviewing of our use of the term. Our principle is to refer to individuals, organisations or networks by the terminology they themselves prefer.