Following on from last week’s piece on SENScot’s unsuccessful bid to act as the Single Intermediary for our SE community in Scotland, we said that we would try and keep people informed on developments. One week on, there is not too much to say, other than that, as can be imagined, there have been a […]
On Monday, SENScot was informed that its bid to act as the Single Intermediary for the social enterprise community in Scotland was unsuccessful. This statement from our Board was circulated to all members later the same day. It goes without saying that this decision by Scottish Govt was extremely disappointing to both staff and trustees at SENScot […]
On Tuesday, SENScot Director, Pauline Gordon, attended the launch of Scottish Govt’s National Strategy for Economic Transformation. Finance Secretary, Kate Forbes, outlined a Strategy that is intended as a bold, ambitious and long-term vision that will transform the Scottish economy by 2032 – built around five key policy programmes for action: fostering an entrepreneurial culture; realising […]
As most readers will be aware, SENScot has been part of the SE Intermediary Review process, with Scottish Govt seeking to fund a Single Enhanced National Intermediary to represent social enterprise in Scotland from 1 July 2022. Our submission, as part of that process, was submitted by the deadline of 15th December 2021. Many members […]
Last month, we featured the first instalment from a serialisation of Freer Spreckley’s new book in Pioneers Post. The book – Essential Social Enterprise – a just transition to system change – traces the origin and development of social enterprise over the last 50/60 years. As we mentioned last time, the name may not be familiar to many people – […]
Social Entrepreneurs Network Scotland (Senscot) is registered as a Scottish charity under Scottish Charity No. SC029210 and as a limited company under Company Registration No. SC278156. Its registered office is at 41 Miller Street, Glasgow.