Friday, 30th September 2011
Royal College of Physicians
"Is social enterprise really changing the world – or is it being changed by it?"
10am – Registration/Coffee
10.30 – Welcome/Introductions – Sophy Green (Senscot)
10.40 – Speaker 1 – Laurence Demarco (Senscot)
After almost 30 years in the field of youth and community work, Laurence co-founded Senscot is 1999. He currently writes a weekly bulletin (going out to over 4500 people) covering issues relating to social enterprise and community sectors in Scotland.
11.00 – Speaker 2 – Geof Cox (Geof Cox Associates)
Geof has been involved in social enterprise for 30 years, and over the last 15 years has worked as a freelance social enterprise developer and as an associate of a number of top social enterprise consultancies, including the international social enterprise development organisation, NESsT.
11.30 – Speaker 3 – Jim Mullan (KibbleWorks)
Jim is General Manager of KibbleWorks, one of Scotland’s best known social enterprises, which offers a spectrum of training and employment opportunities for young people who are in care/preparing to leave care, or whose needs cannot be met within their own communities. Jim is also a director of CEiS.
11.50 – Q&A – Sophy/Aidan
12.45 – Lunch
1.30 – Soap Box Session – 6 speakers
2.30 – Close
3.00 – Senscot AGM
See Seminar page here https://senscot.net/seminar.php