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16th April 2008

Interview: Craig Dearden-Phillips

Interview: Craig Dearden-PhillipsDebbie Andalo, The Guardian16.04.08 Craig Dearden-Phillips is a man who dresses with care. In designer glasses and pin-stripe suit with contrasting tie and shirt, he c…
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16th April 2008

Happiness is the measure of true wealth

Happiness is the measure of true wealth A C Grayling, The Telegraph10.04.08 It comes as no surprise to learn from a study published this week that, although Britons are twice as rich as they were in 1…
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16th April 2008

Scots spat ‘could last for weeks’

Scots spat 'could last for weeks'Allister Hayman, Regeneration & Renewal11.04.08 The transfer of responsibility from Scottish Enterprise to the councils - billed by finance secretary John Swinney …
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11th April 2008

Networks1st Update: 11th April 2008

As agreed at the last Networks` Rep meeting, Senscot have booked a Stand at S2S to give Social Enterprise Networks, who aren't able to get one of their own, a presence at Scotland's biggest social ent…
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11th April 2008

Social innovation: Good for you, good for me

Social innovation: Good for you, good for meEthical Corporation magazine 09.04.08 Muhammad Yunus has for more than 30 years challenged business leaders to find radical ways of creating new markets in …
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11th April 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 11-04-08

Dear members and friends, When I first visited Andalusia in 1972 I felt I'd arrived home – and though it has changed over the years (as I have), I always come back to this place of so many happy mem…
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10th April 2008

Those who can’t work still have something to give

Those who can't work still have something to giveClare Allan The Guardian09.04.08 Picasso said: 'Work is a necessity for man. Man invented the alarm clock.' It is a sentiment with which the former wor…
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10th April 2008

HIE to focus on high growth businesses and sectors

HIE to focus on high growth businesses and sectorsHIE08.04.08 Highlands and Islands Enterprise is setting out on the new financial year with a new agenda focusing on its key areas of expertise. From …
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10th April 2008

Ministerial Announcement on First Round

Ministerial Announcement on First RoundESEP10.04.08 The Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism, Jim Mather MSP, has now approved the recommendations of the Programme Monitoring Committee at its m…
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10th April 2008

Government pulls the plug on £6.4m fund

Government pulls the plug on £6.4m fundAndy Ricketts, Third Sector Online08.04.08 Last week, the department wrote to the third sector organisations that had applied in December to become strategic pa…
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10th April 2008

Council cuts – a huge blow to our community

Council cuts - a huge blow to our communityWest Edinburgh TimesMarch, 08 Despite pleas from respected individuals ,organisations and local groups within our community the City of Edinburgh Council dec…
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4th April 2008

Networks1st Update: 4th April 2008

This week saw what was supposed to be the offical handover to local authorities of responsibility for local business support and economic development functions. Many Network members are still unclear …