The law of 31 July 2014 on the social and solidarity economy (SSE) establishes a new way of doing business by combining social purpose and economic performance in relation to cooperative entities, such as associations, mutuals, foundations and socially responsible enterprises with commercial activities.
SSE now accounts for more than 10% of employment in France.
We are convinced that entrepreneurship can also involve defining a socially responsible project that is likely to meet current socio-economic challenges for both employees and beneficiaries.
Our firm assists you in defining and executing your project, and advises you on legal and tax matters throughout its lifecycle and development, in all sectors of SSE (entities with social and socio-medical causes, as well as establishments focused on culture, research, teaching, integration, training, social and professional organisations, religion and worship, tourism etc.).