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Challenges and Opportunities for Australian Social Enterprise

Social enterprises in Australia are experiencing new interest in their activities; this interest generates new opportunities and challenges. In late 2014-early 2015, a series of 13 workshops was conducted with 75 people involved in running or developing social enterprises. The purpose was to explore participants’ experiences of the barriers and opportunities available to Australian social enterprises. This research forms part of the Finding Australia’s Social Enterprise Sector 2015 project.

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