The coronavirus has (had) a major impact on our economies. Especially the entertainment business (e.g., bars, clubs, theatres) and its suppliers are hit hard. A traditional bankruptcy was the well-known answer, but there is a new hope for companies with fruitful activities.
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Marc-Vincent studied Corporate Law in Rotterdam. He then worked at a consultancy and engineering firm, Antea Group.
Marc-Vincent has been working at Bos Van der Burg Advocaten since 2021.
These days, most enterprises have a policy for corporate social responsibility. Some, called social enterprises, even exist to solve a social issue. In the Netherlands, these social enterprises do not have their own legal form.
Local governments can fund social enterprises. The regulations on funding social enterprises are not crystal clear. This paper discusses the role of local governments in funding social enterprises, and the type of social enterprises that can be funded.