#SocEntAwards18 The winners of Scotland’s annual awards for innovation and success in social enterprise were announced at an awards ceremony in The Scottish Parliament last night. The winner of Social Enterprise of the Year 2018 is CCI Scotland, Environmental Social Enterprise was awarded to Point and Sandwick Trust and the One to Watch winner is […].
The Social Enterprise Champion – under 26 category is sponsored by Firstport and Challenges Worldwide. Firstport is Scotland’s development agency for start-up social entrepreneurs and social enterprise. They provide a full package of support that includes seed funding, business advice and connections to help social entrepreneurs make their ideas a reality. The Challenges Group is a family […].
The Social Enterprise Champion category is sponsored by Royal Bank of Scotland The social enterprise sector is an integral part of Royal Bank of Scotland’s strategy to make a positive difference to communities across the UK and Northern Ireland. We are so proud of our own Charity, Social & Community Capital, whom provide support & […].
The Environmental Social Enterprise category is sponsored by Highlands and Islands Enterprise. Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is an ambitious organisation with a unique remit from the Scottish Government that integrates economic and community development. They work in a diverse region which extends from Shetland to Argyll, and from the Outer Hebrides to Moray, covering more than half of […].
The Social Impact Award is sponsored by Social Value Lab. Social Value Lab work in Scotland, UK-wide and internationally – conducting research, demonstrating impact, developing new social ventures, and supporting others to do the same. They produce evidence and ideas that help to make things work better… communities, organisations and services. Shortlisted Organisations Cre8te Opportunities Limited GTS Solutions CIC The Spark.
The One to Watch category is sponsored by Big Issue Invest and Power Up Scotland partners including Aberdeen Standard Investments, Brodies and The University of Edinburgh. The Power Up Scotland Programme develops early stage social businesses through investment, business support and cross-sector partnerships. Power Up is open to organisations across Scotland and has made £750,000 available to lend over the […].
The Social Enterprise of the Year category is sponsored by Keegan & Pennykid Keegan & Pennykid are one of the UK’s leading insurance brokers for the third sector. They have been helping social enterprises, charities and voluntary organisations with their insurance and financial services needs for over 40 years and pride themselves on offering a […].
The shortlist for the Social Enterprise Awards 2018 has now been announced by Social Enterprise Scotland, see names in alphabetical order below. Winners will be announced at The Scottish Parliament awards ceremony on Tuesday 6 November 2018. Social Enterprise of the Year CCI Scotland The Experience Link Group Point and Sandwick Trust Showcase the […].
We’re delighted to announce the launch of the Social Enterprise Awards Scotland 2018! Please share now using #SocEntAwards18 All information about the awards and the online application form is at: socialenterpriseawards.scot – deadline Friday 6 July. Get inspired, get recognised and raise your profile now – and do forward this email on to all your contacts. Apply now or nominate […].
Winners of Social Enterprise Awards Scotland 2017 announced The winners of Scotland’s annual awards for innovation and success in social enterprise have been announced at an event in The Scottish Parliament. The winner of Social Enterprise of the Year is the Grassmarket Community Project in Edinburgh, Social Enterprise Champion was awarded to Chris Martin of […].