Charlie is responsible for all aspects of SEUK’s (Social Enterprise UK) operations and business activities. This includes diversifying SEUK’s revenue streams, leading on membership, advisory work and corporate relationships as well as SEUK’s research and strategic objectives. He has worked with major multinational companies on delivering their social enterprise and sustainability strategies with a particular emphasis on supply chains. He was responsible for creating the Buy Social Corporate Challenge, the largest B2B commitment to spend with social enterprises globally with 23 partners and £65 million already committed. His work on social value in the public sector has included co-authoring Communities Count, the largest research into social value implementation to date, advising HS2 Ltd and Parliamentary Procurement and Commercial Service around their social value policies and delivering training to a wide range of public bodies.
Prior to SEUK, Charlie worked in the private sector working with clients across the public, private and third sectors delivering training and consultancy on public policy issues. He has extensive experience of business development and account management, developing bespoke packages for a wide variety of clients from large multinationals to small charities.