Internationalising Trading for Social Enterprise Sustainability and Education

Intsense aims to support the development of innovative practices in the education and training of individuals who are either seeking to expand their expertise in relation to the internationalisation of social enterprise (SE) trading or are already engaged in social enterprises and wish to develop their capacity to trade their goods and services internationally and so enhance their sustainability. The outputs of the project will impact on the capacity of the social enterprise sector at organisational, local, regional, national, European and International levels.

Project Summary


Result and outcomes



Organizations that took part in the Project


The Partnership

The project partnership (8 Nr organisations) is led by Glyndwr University, Wales and is both cross sectoral and pan European in its complexion as it includes four higher / vocational education college (UK, Ireland, Greece, Germany), four independent vocational training organisations (Lithuania, UK, Latvia, and Italy) and one social enterprise research/training agency (Wales). The establishment of the partnership will internationalise the operations of the partner organisations and further embed them in European and International networks.

The cross sector nature of the project partnership ensures the open access multi-media inter-active blended learning materials and infographic and video and case study material will help to improve / internationalise high quality social enterprise formal programmes of higher education and informal further and vocational education / occupational adult training across Europe which is relevant to national and European labour market needs.


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