Social Enterprise Mapping Europe

Tasks and goals

The project “Update of the mapping of social enterprises and their eco-systems in Europe”, funded by the European Commission, is executed in Germany and more than 20 other European countries.

It is coordinated by EURICSE and EMES Network. Responsible for the German report the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt and the Centre for Social Investment (CSI). The goal is to update the 2014 report on social enterprises commissioned by DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (see REPORT), since the European Commission continues to prioritise the future of social enterprise. Various stakeholders await the mapping of the diverse European social enterprise landscape with interest and it shall in particular give direction to political support for social entrepreneurial activities.

Duration:

01.12.2017 - 30.07.2018

(funded by the European Commission)

Contact:

Dr. Georg Mildenberger
Dr. Gorgi Krlev

Projectpartner:

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
Fachbereich Soziale Arbeit
Prof. Dr. Nicole Göler von Ravensburg

 

Approach

We use stakeholder consultation, primary research and new analyses of secondary data to provide an up to data and comprehensive landscape of social enterprises in Germany, with a particular focus on cross-European comparability.