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Wider Impact Consultancy is pleased to deliver an independent feasibility study and business plan to the Union of African & African Caribbean Organisations (UAACO). Enabled by European funding and commissioned by Stoke on Trent City Council and UAACO, the work will play a significant role in delivering a Garage based social enterprise in Stoke on Trent, which has the potential to employ 8 local people from disadvantaged communities at launch. The business plan demonstrates ‘break even’ at 2 years and the potential to trade at a profit within 3 years – significantly reducing need for grant dependence.

UAACO Chief Executive Officer, Thurayya Cahill points out, ‘…. this is a complex and comprehensive piece of work for UAACO, which is unique and has the potential of not only playing a big role in the regeneration of the City of Stoke on Trent but beyond.

We are very satisfied with the professional work produced and would definitely recommend Wider Impact Consultancy for similar work anywhere’.

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Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis