Phoenix Fund

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The Phoenix Fund, one of the most imaginative experiments in inclusive enterprise ended on 31st March 2006 after five years of activity.   
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The Phoenix Fund, one of the UK's most imaginative experiments in inclusive enterprise ended on 31st March 2006 after five years of activity.   
  
The fund had been made up of two major parts – a development fund for innovative business support and a challenge fund for
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The fund had been made up of two major parts – a '''development fund''' for innovative business support and a '''challenge fund'''.
  
All that remains are the experiences of the projects and their clients, some organisations that managed to survive the vicissitudes of funding and some good practices that we will be showcasing on this website.<div id="wikia-credits"><br /><br /><small>From [http://copie.wikia.com Copie wiki], a [http://www.wikia.com Wikia] wiki.</small></div>
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All that remains are the experiences of the projects and their clients, some organisations that managed to survive the vicissitudes of funding and some good practices that we will be showcasing on this website.
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Latest revision as of 09:14, 21 October 2008

Ashes to ashes

The Phoenix Fund, one of the UK's most imaginative experiments in inclusive enterprise ended on 31st March 2006 after five years of activity.

The fund had been made up of two major parts – a development fund for innovative business support and a challenge fund.

All that remains are the experiences of the projects and their clients, some organisations that managed to survive the vicissitudes of funding and some good practices that we will be showcasing on this website.