A new partnership between the North of Tyne Combined Authority (NTCA) and Power to Change will provide a £4 million boost for community businesses in North East England.
Reaction to the Chancellor’s Autumn 2021 Budget and Spending Review announcement.
With the launch of two reports calling on government to put communities in the lead and invest in social infrastructure in order to achieve levelling up, Ailbhe McNabola reflects on the findings and what needs to happen next.
As Kindred invests its first money, a new report from the University of Liverpool’s Heseltine Institute reveals the strength of the community business market in Liverpool City Region, pre-Covid.
Kindred is a key part of Liverpool City Region’s (LCR) commitment to growing the impact of good business.
Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has announced £5.5m for Liverpool City Region’s socially trading organisations, following approval from the Combined Authority meeting on Friday 31 July, 2020.
Erika Rushton shares her thoughts on how Liverpool businesses have responded to the crisis
The developing organisation Kindred has partnered with the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority to provide vital business support to the City Region’s socially trading organisations (STOs) during the COVID-19 situation.
Inspired by last week’s event which launched the recent report published by Power to Change by the Heseltine Institute at the University of Liverpool, our CEO Vidhya Alakeson discusses the potential for a more inclusive economy through community business in the Liverpool City Region.