The SEEH Network aims to unite professionals and stakeholders from various sectors who are interested or involved in health, education, and social enterprise.
The event featured a panel discussion with audience participation, which included Chris White MP, Baroness Glenys Thornton, Charlie Wigglesworth – Director of Business & Enterprise at Social Enterprise UK, David Maguire – Vice-Chancellor, University of Greenwich, and Francis Sealey – Director at GlobalNet21. Damien Page – Head of the Department of Education and Community Studies, University of Greenwich moderated the discussion.
The panel focused on the potential impact of social enterprise and emphasized the importance of collaboration between professionals, social entrepreneurs, communities, students, and academics in fostering innovation and promoting projects for social change in health and education, both in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and nationwide.
The event was well attended, with over 100 guests. The SEEH Network also plans to host a festival, which promises to be an exciting opportunity for attendees to engage with the network’s mission and connect with like-minded individuals.