In response to the current coronavirus outbreak, we are pleased to announce a new partnership with Ethical Angel, which will harness tech and people-power to provide free, virtual support to social enterprises during the coronavirus crisis (and beyond).
Ethical Angel, an employee engagement engine, can virtually match the skills and resources of the private sector with the operational needs of social enterprises, many of which are directly supporting vulnerable communities most affected by coronavirus.
The platform uses sophisticated technology to break down the broad needs of social enterprises into actionable projects that they then automatically match with the perfect person in their large community of business members. This means, that, without cost, social enterprises can very quickly and easily get what they need, when they need it.
“We often get asked what causes can ask for, the truth is anything that can be delivered by people-power. For example, brand guidelines, data-screening, GDPR policy templates, feedback on websites or sentiment mapping for customers. Just tell us what your need is and we will help break it down for you.” says Alexander Fahie, CEO of Ethical Angel.
Social Enterprise Mark CIC has partnered with Ethical Angel to ensure that more social enterprises are aware of the resources available to them during this challenging time.
Lucy Findlay MBE, Managing Director of Social Enterprise Mark said: “Online platforms have become even more important in helping businesses at this difficult time. We are pleased to be partnering with Ethical Angel to encourage our network of accredited social enterprises to utilise this opportunity to connect them with a whole range of corporate talent for free. This can support them to achieve their goal to make a positive difference.”
Social enterprises can find out more and register on the Ethical Angel website.