AnyBodyCan’s activities embrace:


Consultancy Advice and  Business Development


AnyBodyCan’s Directors and its network of associates deliver consultancy, business development support, coaching and mentoring to social enterprises and nascent social enterprises in the North East Region


Click here for a list of past clients



The Incubation and Support of Nascent Social Enterprises.


AnyBodyCan support the growth of nascents social enterprises in a number of ways including:

  • The Enterprise Circle

  • The ‘Inside-Out’ Model of Organisational development


AnyBodyCan is currently supporting the development of L’Afrique en Angleterre Limited – an African Arts and Music organisation. It provides office space, payroll services and rented IT equipment, as well as business advice and support. It facilitated payments to artists and suppliers for the 2006 L’Afrique a Newcastle Festival


Click here for more about L’Afrique a Newcastle Festival


AnyBodyCan has agreed to host and incubate the formation of the Prison Enterprise Trust – a new enterprise concerned with reducing re-offending by improving the work experience and employability skills offered to serving prison offenders. The project is being developed in partnership with The Ideas Mine and InCredit Limited.


Click here for more about the Prison Enterprise Trust project.



Business Mentoring & Enterprise Coaching


AnyBodyCan delivers mentoring through Regen School North, and until September 2005 hosted an enterprise coaching programme (‘Be Enterprising’) in Sunderland


Click here for more about REGEN School North


Click here for more about the ‘Be Enterprising’ project



Secondment Agreement with New Deal for Communities


AnyBodyCan employs and seconds to Newcastle New Deal for Communities six trainee community regeneration workers who work as part of the Community Regeneration Team.


Click here for more about  Newcastle New Deal for Communities



Measure of Social Impact


AnyBody can acts a project host and accountable body to ‘Valuing the Difference’, a programme which promotes the use of social accounting and other social impact measures to social economy organisations across the North East.


Click here for more about Valuing the Difference