Social Eco-Bio- Economy is identified as having a direct convergence with the economic, ecologic, biodiversity, eco-economic and bio-economic domains, with the social economic component of life, of the human resources and of the communities. Together with businesses, the social economy operators are “the actors of the social economic world’s arena”, which would add in a wide sense their management daily concepts, themes linked to excellence, performance, competitiveness and business, economic and social activities promotion for a smart integrated sustainable development at all levels. But, these “actors” must benefit from a large support to increase their competitiveness and development through unlimited access to financing sources, international relations promotion through the commercial diplomacy, the continuous improvement of the entrepreneurial & businesses competencies, through the smart continuous human resources development, by reducing the bureaucratic barriers facing businesses, through increased skills and innovative approaches, by stimulating the introduction of the concepts related to organisational excellence and to the implementation of the quality management systems – practically, to an integrated access to a smart multipolar businesses, communities, social activities, international diplomacy activities, in consensus with an Eco-Bio-Economic Social reality.

On the other hand the social component and the signification of the Social Economy it is widely recognized at European level, by its permanent presence on the European Agenda and also at international level through United Nations Organization, and to other international and European programs and organizations. The organizations of the social economy are economic and social actors active in all sectors. They are typical by their aims and by their distinctive form of entrepreneurship. The social economy includes organizations such as cooperatives, mutual societies, associations and foundations. These enterprises are particularly active in certain fields such as social protection, social services, health, banking, insurance, agricultural production, consumer affairs, associative work, craft trades, housing, supply, correlated services, education and training, and the area of culture, sport and leisure activities.[1] Their form of existence, organizational and enterprising actions, represents over 2 million of organizations which employ over 11 million of persons (equivalent to 10% from total EU active population): 70% are involved in non-profit making associations, 26% in co-operatives and 3% in other types of mutual societies.