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Christopher Foltz Collaborative, L3C to Partner with Chicago’s Social Enterprise Alliance

Christopher Foltz Collaborative, L3C, a social business enterprise, has partnered with the Social Enterprise Alliance of Chicago, to help develop programs and spread the word about social business enterprise options in Chicago.

The Chicago chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance is comprised of individuals and organizations engaged in building effective, sustainable market-based enterprises to address some of society’s most pressing problems; such as poverty, unemployment, labor market exploitation and environmental degradation.

“The Social Enterprise Alliance is a natural fit for us as a partner,” remarked Christopher Foltz Collaborative, L3C Market Strategist Jordan Barnes, “we share in the same values of social impact and community development by helping businesses discover their social enterprise initiative, and build their brands.”

The Social Enterprise Alliance offers a vast platform for information exchange and relationship building from their expert Board of Directors; providing everything from know-how, tools and access to unique resources needed by social enterprise practitioners, and those looking to become one. This year, the Social Enterprise Alliance is also pleased to announce they will be hosting the Social Enterprise Summit, aimed at helping and awarding Chicago businesses for their work and service.

“We’re so honored to be working with SEA and their amazing leadership, and look forward to helping build more social enterprise businesses in Chicago,” stated Christopher Foltz Collaborative, L3C President, Kane Clamage.

For more information about joining SEA-Chicago Chapter, please visit:  Social Enterprise Alliance – National

Written by Chris Foltz

Chris Foltz is a renowned brand development catalyst, celebrated inspirational speaker and Managing Director of the Silicon Valley based advisory practice Responsible Solutions Ltd. From his roots in partisan politics, to a battle with drug addiction, 119 days in county jail, and losing everything to the point of homelessness, Chris has re-established himself as one of the most engaging initiators of social impact and development in the nation, and some would consider – the world.

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