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1294242651 Growing Social Enter

1294242651 Growing Social Enter

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Growing socialenterprise:research intosocial replication
A report from the Social EnterpriseCoalition
 Author: Dr Lidija MavraDate: January 2011
  
 
  
 
 
 
 
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
 
 This report was written by Dr Lidija Mavra, with editorial management by Ceri Jones and CraigCarey.The Social Enterprise Coalition would like to thank the Big Lottery who funded this research aspart of a wider project on growing the social enterprise movement through franchising andother forms of replication.We would also like to thank the many individuals and organisations who generouslycontributed their stories and knowledge to this research, including: Fruit to Suit, Green Gyms,Hidden Art, Mow and Grow, OneWorld UK, Sunderland Home Care, My Time, Green-Works,Bay Broadband, Caecus, CAN, Health Exchange, PM Training, Whole School Meals, ChangeThrough Partnership, Solar Learning Services, Babyfit, HIC, Unlimited Potential, SocialPioneers, Shaftesbury Partnership, School for Social Entrepreneurs, Regional Infrastructurefor Social Enterprise, Social Enterprise East of England, Social Enterprise East Midlands,Social Enterprise London, Karen Wood, Cliff Southcombe, Robert Looker, Mark Johnson,Adrian Ashton, Jan Golding, Eleanor Cappell, Nate Heller, and Isaacs UK.
 
 
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CONTENTS
 
 
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
 
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INTRODUCTION
 
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METHODOLOGY
 
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THE SPECTRUM OF REPLICATION
 
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CASE STUDY PROFILES
 
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Social franchisors, licensors, and collaborators
 
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Social franchisees and licensees
 
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Social enterprises exploring the possibilities for replication
 
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KEY RESEARCH FINDINGS
 
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The drivers behind social replication
 
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Barriers to replication
 
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Training and support
 
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Relationship dynamics
 
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CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
 
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APPENDIX: SELECTED CASE STUDIES
 
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REFERENCES
 
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