What comes first - the business or the social?

location Arts at the Old Fire Station | 3:30 PM-5 PM Wednesday 15 April 2015 (GMT)

From planning to success and making social finance work for you

Robbie Davison from award winning – and profitable - social enterprise Can Cook is going to share his invaluable insights on how to make food and social business work.

Can Cook are an award winning food enterprise. They train, employ, campaign, sell and produce great food via multiple outlets and are creating massive social change along the way.

Sign up to this session for an overview from a brilliant social enterprise that works.


  • Robbie Davison

    politicallydrivenfoodlovinactivist-whoisatheartdedicatedtomakingsureworkingclasspeoplegetafairdeal. DAY JOB: Director of Can Cook


  • Crisis

    The national charity for single homeless people.

  • Cafe from Crisis

    A training cafe serving up exceptional food, coffee and customer service whilst helping people get into work. Part of @crisis_uk.

  • Can Cook

    We are Can Cook and we love to cook! Our sessions are fun, engaging and exciting and leave you with the culinary skills to create perfect dishes at home.


Arts at the Old Fire Station

40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ, United Kingdom

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