Nineteen year old Stephen Sutton’s story; documenting his life with cancer over the past 18 months, after an initial diagnosis when he was only fifteen, has gone viral on social media and featured prolifically in the news this week. Upon hearing his cancer was terminal, rather than lie down to this illness, Stephen set himself […]
CEIS were recently selected as the preferred partner by British Council Korea to deliver an intensive training programme to 30 aspiring social entrepreneurs; coupled with an educational study visit to the UK for 18 of the group. CEIS alongside affiliated UK partners Challenges Worldwide, Targeting Innovation, Social Enterprise Academy and Shujog, Singapore devised an innovative […]
We have a lot to be shouting about here at CEIS HQ in Govan, as we have just been confirmed as ongoing contract manager for the Scottish Government’s Just Enterprise Programme, to provide business support and development services to enterprising Third Sector Organisations across Scotland. CEIS along with consortium partners HISEZ, Firstport, Social Enterprise Academy, […]
On 7 February 2014, MSP Fergus Ewing attended the launch of a new venture set up by Harry Wilson, Alan Sillars and James Dunbar. Highlands and Islands Business Finance (HIBF) is aimed at providing SME’s in the Highlands and Islands who have difficulty sourcing funding through mainstream sources with access to finance. The launch held […]
Finance Secretary John Swinney is visiting Oslo this week for a conference on social enterprises. He commented “Scotland has been recognised as the best place in the world to start a social enterprise and there is increasing international interest in what some are calling the ‘Scottish Model’. This conference is an excellent opportunity to share […]
John Swinney announced grants totalling £2.3million have been awarded to 67 enterprising third sector organisations in Scotland. The Enterprise Ready Fund delivered in partnership with CEIS, DSL and Social Value Lab opened in September to applications. Read more here
The animation was launched as part of the Buy Social campaign which aims to show people why buying from social enterprises takes their spending further, helping people and planet.