Social Enterprise Network Scotland (SENScot) acts as the umbrella body for social enterprise networks in Scotland – a network of networks.
We believe that Scotland’s social economy is at its strongest when people who share a vision work together. That’s why we have been directly involved in supporting and facilitating Social Enterprise Networks (SENs) across Scotland.
The SENs – both place based and thematic - provide a forum for social enterprises to come together – for peer support; to share resources; and to work together to develop effective solutions to shared challenges. They give social enterprises a collective voice with which to raise important issues at both a local and national level.
In partnership with Outside the Box, we are hosting a Health SEN session that is one of several events continuing the conversation on what is needed to build upon the work of communities during the pandemic and ensure we don’t lose the power of communities as we move forward. This […]Read More
A joint SEN session being held as part of our campaign week focusing on community tourism in Scotland. Community tourism puts local people at the heart of the decision-making process for the benefit of the entire community – make a difference to the economy, creating jobs and improving social cohesion. […]Read More
Fair Work is at the heart of Scotland’s economic recovery and renewal and the Social Enterprise Action Plan states that ‘while evidence suggests that social enterprises are leading the way on fair and inclusive working practices, the sector can go even further’. Speakers from Scottish Govt, Flexibility Worksunltd’ and social […]Read More
Join us, and speakers from Scottish Govt, social enterprise The Usual Place and Unltd, to look at the significant role social enterprises have in helping Govt achieve its ambition to halve the Disability Employment Gap by 2038 and what support they need to maximise their contribution, particularly given the disproportionate […]Read More
With SEN members reporting an increased demand for counselling services, earlier this year we invited social enterprises delivering counselling services to share their thoughts on what opportunities and challenges this is currently posing and how they are responding to this. Following on from the February’s SEN Session we’re inviting Social […]Read More
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.