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Your thoughts on what to call our new enterprises

Hello everyone

Just wanted to point out this post on Rob's blog and invite your thoughts, if you haven't already seen it. Please feel free to email them to me rather than post on the blog if you prefer...

http://transitionculture.org/2011/11/07/competition-time-use-your-langua...

Local Economies and Transition Seminars from University of Leicester

Local Economy meets Transition Town – Two Movements to Build Strong Communities http://solenow.org/2011/08/local-economy-trans/

 

REconomy News from Transition Herefordshire

News of Latest REconomy meeting from Transition Hereford....

BBC article: the revolution of capitalism

Here's an interesting short piece about capitalism and where it's heading... I haven't listened to the pod cast yet.

Call for Case Studies

I am currently creating a series of Case Studies of businesses which meet all or most of our working definition of a Transition Enterprise. See attached for this definition. I am particularly interested in enterprises which have been established by Transition Initiatives and which demonstrate a range of different legal and management structures.

Support for new food enterprises

We're busy pulling together useful resources for Transition Initiatives that want to start new enterprises.

REconomy update - June 2011

(for the ten participating Transition Initiatives, and anyone else interested in our project!)

Your input please on 'what's a Transition Enterprise'

Dear REconomy people,

If you get a moment, we would really welcome your feedback on the attached draft document (and as also posted here on Rob's blog).

Many thanks,

Fiona

Third Transition Ipswich Resilient Livelihoods meeting

Notes from our third Resilient Livelihoods meeting: http://www.transitionipswich.org.uk/2011/05/resilient-livelihoods-meetin...

We should probably have had another meeting this month but we've all been too busy, so hopefully we'll be able to move our Resilient Livelihoods theme forward in June.

 

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