Aim to Flourish case studies

Last year 20 Scottish social enterprises took part in Aim2Flourish, the world’s first global initiative steering future business leaders towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Final Year GCU Business School students interviewed social enterprises across Scotland and produced short case studies to showcase their social impacts.  These stories have gone ‘live’ on the platform as sources of inspiration for others all around the world.  GCU student work in 2017 can be found in the electronic case studies published below.

SFS and Senscot worked with GCU again in 2018 and over 40 social enterprises took part and are currently being interviewed by students – we’ll share this work once complete.

Case Study 1: Cothrom:

Case Study 2: Café Tiki:

Case Study 3: Aberdeen Foyer:

Case Study 4: LAMH Recycle:

Case Study 5: The Bike Station:

Case Study 6: Outside the Box:

Case Study 7: Bute Produce:

Case Study 8: Scotlearn:

Case Study 9: Wasps Studios:

Case Study 10: YES Works:

Case Study 11: Positive Steps

Case Study 12: Re-Employ:

Case Study 13: LEAP Energy:

Case Study 14: Ayrshire Children’s Services (ACS):

Case Study 15: The Libertie Project:

Case Study 16: CCI Scotland:

Case Study 17: Simply Play

Case Study 18: COPE Ltd:

Case Study 19: Glasgow Wood Recycling:

Case Study 20: ReTweed: