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Aim to Flourish case studies

Earlier in 2018, 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).
SFS and Senscot worked with Glasgow Caledonian University to facilitate final year GCU Business School students interviewing social enterprises across Scotland, to produce short case studies to showcase their social impact.
These stories are now on the AIM2Flourish.com platform, the world’s largest resource for positive business innovation stories, as sources of inspiration for others all around the world.
Over 80% of the social enterprises that took part were SFS / Employability SEN members. You can view each case study below

1st Step Cafe 

Accessible Tennis 

Active Communities 

All Cleaned Up

Aspire2Access

Ayrshire Children’s Services

Bike Station 

Building Futures 

Cafe Tiki 

Callander Youth Project Trust 

CFINE

Check-In Giraffe

Clydesdale Community Initiatives 

Cope Ltd

Crisis Counselling 

Fablevision Studios

Freedom Unlimited Enterprises

FVSE CIC 

Glasgow Wood Recycling

Grassmarket Community Project 

The Health & Wellness Hub 

InspirAlba 

Instant Neighbour 

Johnstone Community Sports Complex 

Kintyre Recycling Ltd 

Know You More

Lanarkshire Association for Mental Health (LAMH) 

The Larder 

LEAP Energy

Libertie Project 

Living Solutions 

Move On 

Outside the Box 

Re-employ

Rejig

ReTweed

Save Falls of Clyde International

Scotlearn

Scottish Borders Social Enterprise Chamber

Showcase the Street 

Simply Play 

Stirling Community Enterprise 

Thriving Survivors 

Unity Enterprise 

Wasps Studios 

Watch Us Grow 

Weekday Wow Factor 

YES Works

For more information about the AIM2Flourish programme, or if you are interested in your social enterprise being involved for 2018-19, get in touch with Les Huckfield, who is now recruiting for the next year.
Leslie Huckfield
Yunus Centre for Social Business & Health
Glasgow Caledonian University

leslie.huckfield@gcu.ac.uk