A major European program for social enterprises engaged in paths of innovation and sustainability starts in Turin. There is time until April 12 and room for experts as well.

Info – session on March 7 10 a.m. at link here

As part of the SocialTech for Europe for Resilient and Responsible Ecosystems (SocialTech4EU) project co-funded by the European Union in the framework of Joint Cluster Initiatives (EUROCLUSTERS) for Europe’s recovery, Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini Srl SB and Torino Social Impact, who are coordinating it, are launching a call aimed at social enterprises to undertake training pathways, and a call for stakeholders and suppliers interested in working in the social economy sector.

SocialTech4EU aims to strengthen the resilience, innovation, competitiveness and sustainability of the social economy ecosystem, start-ups and small and medium-sized social economy enterprises. As such, it represents the largest support and training program for social enterprises in Europe. The project is co-funded by the European Union under Joint Cluster Initiatives (EUROCLUSTERS) for Europe’s recovery (for more information click here). Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini srl SB is coordinating the SocialTech4EU project together with Torino Social Impact.

The project has published:

  1. A call for social enterprises* that provides funds to undertake training in enterprise, digitization and technological and innovative management – deadline: April 12, 2023. For information: click here. Organizations selected in this call will have the opportunity to compete for additional funds in 2023/2024 for:
    • Innovation: up to €20,000 per selected company (up to 20).
    • Acceleration: up to €35,000 for each selected enterprise (up to 10).
  2.  An invitation, always open for stakeholders and suppliers interested in working in/for the social economy sector: training and/or research institutions, universities and other institutions of higher education, technology providers, incubators, and accelerators are invited to become part of a stakeholder and supplier register, which selected companies in the project will consult to establish collaborations to support their green and digital transition. For information: click here


*Social enterprises as defined by the European Commission, but also start-ups with a social mission/impact-for details on eligible enterprises, see the Guidelines for Proposers.


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21.11.22 / SocialTech4EU: a survey to support European social enterprises kicks off