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Adapt & Thrive Webinar

This session will provide an overview of the Adapt & Thrive programme before going into more detail on Eligibility to register; Business Support – what you can expect; Eligibility on Funding- what you can and cannot apply for; before explaining how to register and how the process will work as it is more than just a fund!

Building on Pockets and Prospects

Showcasing the Pockets & Prospects model developed by Glasgow social enterprises and exploring how this can be developed to address the mental health & wellbeing needs emerging from Covid-19 across Scotland.

Citizen Investing

As we seek to ‘build back better’ from Covid 19 against a background of long-term economic difficulties, citizen investing via Community Bonds could make a significant contribution to supporting local organisations.  Citizen Investment is ordinary people investing in their own

New and inspiring social enterprises

This webinar is being organised as part of SENScot Restart and Rebuild, a week-long series of events. In this Social Enterprise Scotland session we'll focus on those social enterprises that have started during the pandemic lockdown period. What was the catalyst?

Tech and Social Impact

Showcase the Street will host a fun and visual workshop looking at how technology has helped them engage the community as well as develop their own revenue streams. The workshop will come from three locations and include a look round the Virtual Reality Centre at the charities Dundee facility, input from Kenny Fee, a senior lecturer at Abertay Universities Computer Gaming Course who will speak about the Universities joint work with the charity to produce VR related products to address community issues and finally we will go to Grove Academy in Dundee where pupils and Showcase staff will show how some of the work is being carried out. Please come along to this lively session and learn how you can develop your own projects and also increase your revenue streams as a charity.

The Future of the Office

The Melting Pot in collaboration with a number of other organisations, are hosting a virtual event to explore the Future of the Office. The impact of COVID-19 led to the world overnight moving to flexible and remote working. Replacing the daily commute and the office for kitchen tables and home working. What does this mean for the Future of the office as we restart and rebuild? What role can and should the office play moving forward?Is the concept of 'office' outdated? Or can we create a new type of office where community, collaboration and inspiring spaces are at the heart? Join us for an evening of inspiration as we explore this and more.