Based in Scotland? Enjoying the Easter Sunshine? Registered yet as part of the great Scottish Social Enterprise Census.
We're working with the Social Enterprise Scotland, the Scottish Government and a host of other bodies to take an official count of the entire population of social enterprises in Scotland and to track changes to the sector every two years.
If you haven’t done so already, take just 15 minutes today to ensure that your organisation is registered and that up-to-date information and views are submitted. We require some basic organisational and financial information as well as a few views on your future needs.
CICs across Scotland are already registering in their droves - we won't stop until we get all 450+ signed up! This is a great opportunity to make your organisation visible and to have its contribution and needs recognised as part of a community of organisations trading for the good of Scotland.
Register your CIC here today.
As a thank you for registering we’d love to provide you with the full evidence from the census and enter you for a FREE PRIZE DRAW to win an iPad Air or a selection of great weekly prizes (a late Easter present if you win!) – just tick the appropriate boxes on the last page of the online form.
Having problems or don’t like submitting your information online? Just contact Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 530 1479) and we’ll make sure the process is as quick and painless as possible - you can provide information by phone if preferred.
So please do your bit to ensure that the full contribution of the ‘social enterprise’ sector and its needs are recognised.
Thank you for taking part in Scotland's first Social Enterprise Census!
Director, Social Value Lab
THIS INITIATIVE IS BEING SUPPORTED BY THE FOLLOWING PARTNERS: HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS ENTERPRISE, SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT, BIG LOTTERY FUND SCOTLAND, SCOTTISH ENTERPRISE, NESTA, SOCIAL INVESTMENT SCOTLAND, SOCIAL ENTERPRISE SCOTLAND, SOCIAL FIRMS SCOTLAND, SENSCOT, COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT SCOTLAND, SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ACADEMY, SEUK, GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY, SCOTTISH URBAN REGENERATION FORUM AND FIRSTPORT.