Have you got a business that creates social change?
Cambridge Social Ventures supports a whole range of businesses that have positive social and environmental impacts.
Our ventures work in diverse fields such as health, transport, housing, ageing and education. They range from local to global in scale, and include technology startups, public sector, community organisations, university spinouts and everything in between.
Our programmes are designed for people who will drive their businesses forward to create real, scaleable, lasting social or environmental change. The Social Venture Weekends give emerging social entrepreneurs two-and-a-half days of world-class training, and our incubator programme supports selected ventures with 12 months of ongoing regular business advice and coaching, free shared workspace if required and support to access loan finance.
Entrepreneurs supported through Social Venture Weekends
Revenue generating ventures
Amount raised by our ventures*
*in equity/loans/grants/public sector contracts
Our current and past ventures
Latest news & insight
Beth Kume-Holland is the Founder and CEO of Patchwork Hub, a venture supported by Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge to help inclusive employers connect with skilled disabled job seekers. She talks about bridging the disability employment gap and providing opportunities for all to thrive in work.
Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation
Cambridge Social Ventures is run by the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. Acting as a platform for research and engagement with social innovators, academia and policy in UK and across the world, the Centre’s focus is to engage with social innovators and create and support social ventures and projects.
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