We are doing a bit of cleaning at our largest job. The customer employs us not because we are a social enterprise, but because we offer a great service. That’s the secret of social enterprise success; you have got nothing if all you have to offer is the concept of social enterprise. You need to back up the social impact with a great ‘good or service’.
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