Leaders of the pack: the rise and rise of Scotland’s social enterprise sector

Whisper social enterprise in Scotland and you might hear shouts of The Big Issue, or smell the savoury success of Social Bite, with its coveted George Clooney marketing edge. Listen long enough and you’ll catch a firmer definition why this burgeoning sector isn’t about simple charity, tackling a short-term need. It is about enterprise and profit,... Continue Reading →


Where bikes are king | What Copenhagen can teach the world about two wheels and a shared economy

This month Danish firm, Dong Energy, announced plans to build the world’s largest wind farm located off Yorkshire’s North Sea coast—creating a massive boost to the renewable energy industry and the one million homes that will receive its power. Many on UK soil might ask why a Danish firm rather than a British one is... Continue Reading →

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