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Heidi Fisher, an award-winning social entrepreneur and social enterprise specialist, talks about what the Social Enterprise Mark means to her organisation, Make an Impact CIC, and why it is a valuable tool for social enterprises.

Kate Welch, Chief Executive of Social Enterprise Acumen, a social enterprise in the North East that provides capacity building support and advice to social entrepreneurs, explains why the Social Enterprise Mark is important to her business and to the sector as a whole.

Professor Karen Stanton, Vice Chancellor of York St John University, one of a growing network of universities that have proven their commitment to making a real difference for people and planet, explains what the Social Enterprise Gold Mark says about their institution.

Chocolate Films, a video production company in London that uses profits to support an outreach and workshop programme supporting children and young people into film and video-making activities, explains how the Social Enterprise Mark benefits their business.

Testimonial from Mandy Toze of Millfields Trust

Testimonial from Anna Osborne at Wessex Resolutions
Testimonial from Nigel Kershaw at the Big Issue Group
Testimonial from Professor Peter Childs at Newman University
Testimonial from Jan Golding at Roots Human Resources
Testimonial from Robin Burgess at Hope Enterprises
Testimonial from the University of Winchester
Testimonial from Liam Quinn at Northdoc
Testimonial from Louise Gardner at Watershed
Testimonial from Ed Mayo at Co-operatives UK
Testimonial from John Bryant at Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

Ed Hughes of HEFCE (now Office for Students), the independent regulator of higher education in England, explains what the Social Enterprise Mark means for the Higher Education sector.