Estonian Social EnterpriseNetwork’s mission is to increase the number, capacity, and societal impact of social enterprises in Estonia. They are a non-governmental association that belongs to an official list (administered by Estonian Tax and Customs Board) of Estonian NGOs working for the public benefit.
Founded in 2012, they have currently 54 top Estonian social enterprises as their members. They have been among three contracted civil society partners for the Ministry of the Interior, helping to achieve the objectives of National Strategy for Civil Society 2015-2020. Their programs for social enterprise development have concentrated on increasing sales and improving the scope, quality, and impact of their activities, using a variety of methods like design thinking and action learning.
Read more about their activities and their decision to join Euclid Network in our interview with the Chairperson of ESEN Helen Mikkov.