Starting community-led food enterprisesMay 2nd, 2012 0 Comments
A Local United pack on how to set up your own community-led food enterprises.
Local United is building a virtual organisation to set up and promote trusted systems for the rapid development and deployment of new community-led Social Venture models, among other things. It offers 9 different Action Packs that can help you start new enterprises.
This particular pack provides information for community groups and social enterprises interested in setting up community-led food production and distribution projects, providing options on types of projects and links to food projects around the UK. Template business plans, membership documentation and detailed action plans are provided to help community groups set up and run their own local food projects.
Find other Local United packs here on their website.
Website and image source: www.localunited.net.
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