The EBP has been recognised for its successful partnership with local employers and schools supporting over 6,000 students on work experience in the last year. The successful collaboration was highlighted in a new statement published by the UK commission for Employment and Skills. The statement, titled ‘Growth Through People’ was officially launched In London yesterday by Sir Charlie Mayfield, Chairman of the John Lewis partnership and UKCES.
The EBP, has been recognised as a leading social enterprise, shortlisted in the 2014 RBS SE100 awards. Each year the RBS SE100 Awards recognise social enterprises who have demonstrated some of the best business practice within the sector, celebrating the growth, impact and ambition of social enterprises in the UK
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