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Case studies

Wise Move - Review service helps social enterprise to streamline transport operations

Leading social enterprise, the Wise Group delivers services that make a positive difference to people, communities, and society. It is committed to reducing the impact of activity on the environment.

Aidrian Novion - Common Wheel

“Our vision is for everyone with mental ill health living in the city to live a meaningful and satisfying life.”

CEiS - The Social Enterprise Exchange 2012

Working in partnership with Social Enterprise UK and Social Enterprise Scotland, CEiS Events managed the inaugural Social Enterprise Exchange on March 27th at the SECC which hosted over 1200 delegates, exhibitors, speakers and sponsors that came together to trade, learn, debate and celebrate social enterprise in the UK and around the world.

Eco Drama – Inspiring Natural Change

Funded by the Climate Challenge Fund and with a social enterprise ethos, the Eco Drama team deliver theatre shows, drama workshops, CPD teacher training, and creative learning experiences to schools, communities, festivals and events throughout Scotland.

Street League - Jordan

Jordan joined our 'Get Ready for Work' programme having first spoken to Street League within his school at Port Glasgow.

Community Growing and Glasgow Wood Recycling

Glasgow Landscape Architects ERZ in partnership with Glasgow Wood Recycling, are providing fantastically designed reclaimed wood kits that allow gardening areas to flourish in otherwise unused and derelict spaces.

Space Unlimited

What should a school management team do if it wants to create a better environment for learning? This is the dilemma at Beeslack Community High School in Penicuik.

The LUV Cafe

The LUV Cafe was opened in 2004 as a part of the Linthouse Urban Village (LUV) project which aims to bring the Linthouse area back to its former glory by restoring community spirit, raising aspirations of local people and improving the physical look of the area.

Impact Arts - Fab Pad

Susan, 17 and Paul, 20 are a young couple who attended the Fab Pad workshop in Pollok. They had a tenancy in the high rise flats at Kennishead since September 2010.

Glasgow Bike Station - A better way to work

Funded by the Climate Challenge Fund and delivered in partnership with the private, government and voluntary sector, a Better Way to Work provides direct support for commuters in Glasgow, offering advice and practical incentives to try alternative modes of transport.

Cassiltoun Housing Association - Craft Cafe @ The Stables

Craft Cafe has been open since September 2008 and continues to flourish and grow. The cafe was created to help alleviate social isolation amongst older tenants in the local population.

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