Events are a great way to gain knowledge and meet other social entrepreneurs. Here is our selection for April.
The WISE100 (Women In Social Enterprise 100) will recognise 100 of the most inspiring and influential women in social enterprise, impact investment and social innovation. It is a new initiative from the NatWest SE100 Index – the UK’s leading source of market intelligence on social enterprise.
Why not apply for the award-winning Asda Supplier Development Academy? If you are an ambitious social enterprise and want to scale and grow, the Academy is for you.
Every time we come across a funding opportunity for social entrepreneurs, we pop it on this page!
Make sure you don't miss out on training opportunities for social entrepreneurs. And many of them are free.
Here is a selection of what is happening for social entrepreneurs in March.
Are you an innovator in healthcare, life sciences, or biotechnology? If your idea has a social impact and has the potential to make a profit, this competition is for you!
Scotland is home to fantastic thinkers, dreamers, creators and inventors. People with a passion for what they do and for making a difference. It is with this belief that the people behind TEDxGlasgow launched the first TEDxGlasgow Award. Applications are open to people all over Scotland.
The quest to find the next generation of entrepreneurs from Scotland’s thriving academic entrepreneur community is underway once again. Converge Challenge alumni launched the 2017 programme at the University of St Andrews challenging every Scottish university to uncover the next big idea.
There is a lot of training out there that will benefit you and your social enterprise. We have compiled some great opportunities here.
Business coach Donald Munro shares his top tips to achieve goals in an infographic.
The Saltire Fellowship brings together individuals from business, government and social enterprise that wish to develop their entrepreneurial leadership capability.
Here is a list of funding opportunities for social entrepreneurs in Scotland.
The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Programme helps entrepreneurs create jobs and economic opportunity. It provides greater access to education and business support services.
Events are a great way to gain knowledge and meet other social entrepreneurs. Here is our selection for February.
In 2016, eight locals from Rothesay, embarked aboard the Vital Spark programme. They have been developing businesses that benefit their community. They are passionate about their island and are instilling change, drop by drop.
A selection of funding for your social enterprise.
A selection of events around Scotland that will help in your social enterprise journey.
A community local produce hub in the Western Isles is in line for a hat-trick of awards. It is inspiring other communities to follow in their footsteps.
26 organisations have been shortlisted, celebrating the most inspiring and effective social enterprise leaders, and the strength, impact and resilience of the sector in the UK. Two of them are based in Scotland.
The winners of the Social Innovation Competition 2016 were announced at the Scottish Parliament last week.