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28th July 2010

Specialisterne Scotland

Specialisterne Scotland 28.07.10 Specialisterne Scotland is a new business that is being established in Glasgow. It is based on Specialisterne Denmark, a social enterprise created by Thorkil Sonne in …
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Senscot Bulletin
23rd July 2010

Senscot Bulletin: 23.07.10

Dear members and friends,  Unusually for me, I was on the move twice last week – Wednesday to London for work – Saturday to St Andrews for the Open Golf – interesting contrast.&…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd July 2010

Tone Celebrates Mark of Social Enterprise Success

Tone Celebrates Mark of Social Enterprise Success Tone Lesiure 21.07.10 Tone Leisure, the charitable trust that operates sports and leisure facilities on behalf of South Hams District Council and Taun…
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23rd July 2010

Networks1st Update: Friday 23rd July 2010

The first issue of ReadyforBusiness.org`s online `Brief` will be available next week.  The quarterly `Brief` will aim to give news updates and background on RfB. Issue No.1 highlights the success…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd July 2010

Big Issue founder Bird under fire for proposing benefit cuts

Big Issue founder Bird under fire for proposing benefit cuts Raymond Duncan, TfN 16.07.10 An outspoken social campaigner who founded a magazine sold by homeless people has called on the Prime Min…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd July 2010

Business as Usual or Economic Innovation?: Work, Markets and Grow…

Business as Usual or Economic Innovation?: Work, Markets and Growth in Community and Social Enterprises Jenny Cameron, University of Newcastle 22.07.10 In the Western world, social enterprises are inc…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd July 2010

Market growth and development

Market growth and development Presentation by Jim Brown at the Community Shares Policy Seminar, DTA 15.07.10 I went down to London last week to better understand community share issues and thanks to a…
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Bulletin Articles
21st July 2010

Further growth in loans to sector by Triodos and Charity Bank

Further growth in loans to sector by Triodos and Charity Bank Tania Mason, Civil Society 20.07.10 Two of civil society’s most prominent retail lenders have seen excellent growth in the amounts t…
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Bulletin Articles
21st July 2010

Why looking back could be the best way of looking forward

Why looking back could be the best way of looking forward Joseph Rowntree Foundation 15.07.10 A backdrop of global upheaval set the scene for a series of seminars on community assets. Julian Dobson re…
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Bulletin Articles
19th July 2010

Tough financial plans could be storing up social disaster

Tough financial plans could be storing up social disaster Stephen Maxwell, TfN 16.07.10 EVERYONE knows it but the government, and much of the media is in collective denial. "We're all in it toget…
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Senscot Bulletin
16th July 2010

Senscot Bulletin 16.07.10

Dear members and friends, On a glorious June afternoon I take the John Muir trail, where it leaves Dirleton in East Lothian, for a peaceful two hour stroll.  In a remote wildflower meadow, I come…
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Bulletin Articles
16th July 2010

Hurd says Big Society Bank will be a wholesaler

Hurd says Big Society Bank will be a wholesaler Vibeka Mair, Civil Society 14.07.10 Minister for civil society Nick Hurd has said the Big Society Bank will be a wholesaler which will work through and …