Our Ethos

NB21c is a private resource for Social Entrepreneurs and Social Enterprises of all sizes and stages of development to provide understanding and knowledge and to work with people and organisations to solve practical problems.

We strongly believe that successful Social Entrepreneurs and Social Enterprises are fundamental to the transformation of communities and society generally.

We are unrelenting in our desire to stay abreast of commercial, social, cultural and economic change and incorporate its impact in our services and the work we do.

We celebrate excellence in others and willingly bring their good practice back into our work and practices to disseminate it to others so all can benefit.

We are proud to work with all elements of society and we embrace diversity and value difference.

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Our Services

We are committed to working alongside all of our clients to provide sustainable solutions to all problems, issues and challenges across the whole social enterprise business spectrum. We will support you and work with you to deliver the ‘triple bottom line’ by expanding the traditional reporting framework to take into account environmental and social performance in addition to financial performance.

Our team of compassionate professionals delivers a value driven fusion of thoroughly practical advice and programs with contemporary leading edge concepts and thinking.

Enterprises go through many stages in their lifetimes and we offer a range of services relevant to every stage and to many operational functions and development areas within the business. We believe in continual innovation and renewal, assisting your social enterprise to develop improved ways of fulfilling its social objectives.

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Clients we've worked for - BNFL - Carillion - RSPCA - The National Trust