My advice is to go with a CIC limited by guarantee. CICs with shares are less common, and tend to be used where the CIC is looking to make a profit and pay dividends to the shareholders. From what you've said, I gather you…"
I wonder if you can help guide us. We are a DWP working party looking at setting up a CIC to perform several functions: Register Assistance Dogs Check that people have a disability that could be mitigated by a well training dog and that the partnership passes a public access test. Register and train assessors for the Public Access Test. Raise public awareness of registered assistance dogs. We want the organisation to be as inclusive as possible and to be cost neutral. There will be a…See More
Guidance on how to set up a CIC especially where communities need to work together before they actually create the CIC e.g. collect funds commission work from advisors ahead of formation as some market testing or preparatory workSee More