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Partnerzy

The Third Angle - TTA

Under TTA Partnership, we are looking for the best practices of providing support to existing and newly starting social enterprises as well as to facilitating access to financial services, business advice and consulting and management education. We want to change the approach of private sector businesses to not-for profit services providers and the sector of social enterprises by presenting their contribution to the development of local communities and their potential to create new jobs that enable social reintegration

Partnership Goals and Activities:
1. to test social enterprise support models (e.g. social enterprise incubators), to enhance knowledge of historic and cultural specificity of enterprise operations in partner countries,
2. to influence a broadly defined “organisational culture” and cooperation in the public, private and third sector, considering local communities’ initiatives,
3. parallel research studies aimed at identification of success factors in the performance of social enterprises and conditions that are pre-requisite for ensuring political and business environment structures necessary for promoting enterprise-oriented approach to social enterprise.

In addition to PPR, the Third Angle (TTA) Partnership is composed of:

- The Italian Partnership: INC.I.SO - INCUBATORI DI IMPRESE SOCIALI (social enterprises incubators)
Managed by:
Confcooperative Toscana
50127 Firenze
Via Vasco da Gamma, 25
T:+39 055 42211491
F: +39 055 4476683
email: info@confcooperative-toscana.coop
www.confcooperative.it/default.aspx

and

- The UK Partnership: Cultural Shift South East
Managed by:
South East England Development Agency (SEEDA)
SEEDA Headquarters
Cross Lanes
Guildford
GU1 1YA
England UK
T: +44 (0)1483 484200
F: +44 (0)1483 484247
email: seeda@seeda.co.uk
www.seeda.co.uk

www.culturalshift.com

Secretariat of TTA Partnership
South East England Development Agency (SEEDA)
Sarah Linington
Cultural Shift Project Assistant
T:+44 (0) 1483 484 209
email: SarahLinington@seeda.co.uk
and
Linda Pizani Williams MBA
European Institute of Social Services
School of Social Policy, Sociology & Social Research,
Keynes College
University of Kent
Canterbury
CT2 7NP
T: +44 (0) 1227 827487
Mobile: 07802 733657
email: l.s.pizani-williams@kent.ac.uk

See TCA Agreement for more detailed information on Partnership operations and the budget.

The Project is supported by the European Social Fund under the EQUAL Initiative of the European Union.