Gerard McKenzie-Govan, founder of The Blankfaces, was one of 20 individuals to receive a share of £200,000 funding from social enterprise development agency, Firstport. The grants were awarded as part of the Scottish Government’s Social Entrepreneurs Fund.
Firecracker Films are looking for exciting products and the entrepreneurs behind them for a new BBC series
Make sure you don't miss out on training opportunities for social entrepreneurs. And many of them are free!
A What if...Girvan co-working space has been set up, providing an area for the developing businesses to come together
The Melting Pot’s Good Ideas programme is open for applications until 7 November 2018
A multi-sensory audio visual pop-up space for young people with additional support needs, a collaborative hub providing employment opportunities, and a programme of workshops using STEAM subjects for exploring emotional wellbeing in young girls have been announced as the 2018 winners of the Social Innovation Competition.
The shortlist for the Social Enterprise Awards 2018 has now been announced by Social Enterprise Scotland
Starting up a social enterprise is challenging - how did you overcome the difficulties you faced? Share your story with Scotland CAN DO
This year, Social Saturday will take place on 13 October
Nominations have opened for this year’s WISE100 (Women in Social Enterprise 100), recognising 100 of the most inspiring and influential women in social enterprise - including a category for those running early stage enterprises
Sanitary pads made by East Lothian social enterprise Hey Girls are now available to buy at ASDA and Waitrose supermarkets across the UK.
The school summer holidays may be coming to an end, but Social Summer 2018 is just kicking off in Scotland
LaunchMe, Scotland’s social enterprise accelerator is celebrating reaching a £1 million investment milestone, as well as announcing the fourth round of applications.
The Herald Society Awards 2018 are open for applications until Tuesday 4 September
Paisley-based Jordan McPhail has become the youngest individual to receive a Build It award from social enterprise agency, Firstport. The grant was awarded from the Scottish Government’s Social Entrepreneurs Fund.
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STV and Entrepreneurial Scotland have joined forces to launch Summit – an exciting new initiative celebrating Scottish entrepreneurial innovation and achievement.
The winners of this year’s Social Innovation Competition are to be unveiled on a global stage at the Social Enterprise World Forum this September.
Firstport, Scotland’s social enterprise development agency, has announced the appointment of four members onto its Board of Directors.