How the promised ‘gamechanger’ flagship legal form for social enterprise has failed to deliver 

ISBE member challenges the wider social enterprise sector over its being overly led and unduly influenced by those outside of it.

Pioneers Post, an international media agency for the global social enterprise movement, recently asked ISBE member Adrian Ashton to draft arguments as to why the social enterprise sector in the UK is failing to achieve its promised potential.  Through reflecting on various data sets, policy documents, and historical narratives, he has identified that social enterprises are being unduly driven by the agendas of people and agencies outside of it, and as such, are increasingly ‘missing the mark’ when it comes to creating systemic change and transforming sectors and communities that they are being created to ultimately achieve.

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