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  • 1. Support Infrastructure for Social Entrepreneurs Colin Campbell EuroMAB 2011 Lidköping 6 th July, 2011
  • 2. Presentation
      • Senscot
      • Social Entrepreneurs & Social Enterprises
      • Scottish Context
      • The Journey
  • 3. THE VISION
    • Senscot believes that the justice in and cohesion of society can be enhanced by the promotion of social capital and that social enterprise offers a route for social entrepreneurs as a practical means of:
      • achieving widespread participation and connectedness
      • devolving power to communities
      • sharing and spreading information, knowledge and contacts
      • opening up of resources and (in the broadest sense of the word) wealth
  • 4. What is a Social Entrepreneur?
    • An entrepreneur has the imagination to identify new opportunities and the determination to bring them to fruition.
    • A social entrepreneur does so for public good rather than private profit.
    • (DTA)
  • 5. What is Social Enterprise
    • Deliver services where the public and private sectors often fail to reach (or aren’t interested)
    • Bring people and communities together for economic development and social gain
    • They are part of a ‘Third Sector’ that is growing in importance across the UK and wider
    • Combine good business practice with community benefit
  • 6. What is Social Enterprise
    • Business + Social / Environmental Purpose
    • +
    • Asset Lock
    • (Revenue & Capital)
  • 7. Legal Structures
    • Charities
    • Companies Limited by Guarantee
    • Wholly-owned subsidiaries (trading arms)
    • IPS (CBS, Coops, HA, Credit Unions)
    • Community Interest Companies (C.I.C)
  • 8. Main Sectors
    • Health/Social Care
    • Sports/Leisure
    • Cultural
    • Community Food/Retail
    • Support/Advice
    • IT/Design
    • Recycling
    • Renewable Energies
    • Training
    • Housing/Finance
    • Miscellaneous - Cleaning
  • 9. Penicuik Community Sports & Leisure Centre http://ladywoodleisurecentre.net
  • 10. Penicuik Community Sports & Leisure Centre
    • Established in 2006
    • Company limited by guarantee with charitable status
    • 2 employees and many and varied volunteers
    • Cost Midlothian Council £260,000 to run with a significant loss, now runs on £90,000 turnover, makes a small profit and achieved record levels of use
    http://ladywoodleisurecentre.net
  • 11. Aberdeen Foyer
    • Company limited by guarantee with charitable status, with a range of trading subsidiaries delivering support to young adults at risk of losing their homes, turn over around £5 million.
    • Set up two high quality restaurants to bring in profit, bought a Driving School to generate profit and deliver subsidised training to their young people to provide them with better opportunities to gain employment.
    http://ladywoodleisurecentre.net
  • 12. Foyer Restaurant
  • 13. Case Studies
    • Large
    • http://www.unity-enterprise.com
    • http://www.factoryskatepark.com
    • http://www.recycleit.org.uk
    • http://www.waspsstudios.org.uk
    • http://www.engineshed.org.uk
    • Small
    • http://www.thebreadmaker.org.uk
    • http://www.recyclefife.org.uk
    • http://www.re-union.org.uk
    • http://www.sprucecarpet.org.uk
    • http://www.crisiscounselling.co.uk
  • 14. Successful Social Enterprise
    • Independent of grants
    • Independent of ‘state’
    • Enterprising, active, creative
    • In control of their own assets
    • Non-profit distributing (asset lock)
    • Well Connected
  • 15. Scottish Context 11 Years Ago
      • New Govt at Westminster – 1997 – new approaches
      • Establishment of new Scottish Govt – 1999
      • New confidence in Scotland, open to new approaches
      • Groundbreaking New Legislation (e.g. community land act, Free care for the elderly)
      • New Administration (2007)
  • 16. Challenges Encountered
    • Lack of understanding of SE
    • Lack of infrastructure
    • SEs isolated and lacking support
    • No start up or investment funding
    • No political champion
  • 17. The Journey
    • Awareness Raising
    • Developing a Support Infrastructure
    • Building Capacity to take Advantage of Opportunities
  • 18.
    • Scotland’s independent network for social entrepreneurs
    • • Weekly bulletin – connecting, informing, challenging and encouraging frontline innovators
    • • Developing the Sector - incubating new support services
    • • Social Enterprise Networks – connecting, supporting and providing business opportunities
  • 19. Growing Understanding of Social Enterprise
  • 20. Incubation of Support for the Sector
    • Senscot - 1999
    • Scotland Unltd - 2002
    • DTA Scotland - 2003
    • Social Enterprise Networks - 2003
  • 21. Combating Isolation (Sub-communities, Organisations or Individuals)
  • 22. Extending networks can extend well-being!
  • 23. www.exploratorium.edu Social Capital as a Lens
  • 24. SOCIAL CAPITAL Networks together with shared norms, values and understanding that facilitate co-operation within or among groups. (Office for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  • 25. Trust and reciprocity Shared norms & values Networks
  • 26. Trust and reciprocity Social Entrepreneurs Networks
  • 27. Spot the Social Entrepreneur (Sub-communities, Organisations or Individuals)
  • 28. Trust and reciprocity Social Enterprise Networks
  • 29. Network Development - Combating Isolation
    • Independent Social Enterprise Networks (SENs) facilitated (on demand, light touch) by Senscot on geographical and thematic basis.
    • The Outcomes are:
      • peer support group for social enterprises
      • resource sharing and market development
      • focal point of issues specific to the social enterprise sector
      • voice for social enterprise
      • opportunity to raise awareness of initiatives at a wider level
    • The Structure is:
      • revolving venue for each meeting
      • revolving Chair for each meeting
      • open to active and emerging social enterprises
  • 30. Trust and reciprocity Social Enterprise Geographic / Thematic Networks
  • 31. Social Enterprise Networks
    • Regional: Aberdeen City Moray
    • Angus Perth
    • Argyll & Bute
    • Ayrshire
    • Borders
    • Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway
    • Dundee
    • East Lothian Edinburgh
    • Fife
    • Glasgow
    • Thematic : Coalfields
    • Cultural - Round Table
    • Health - Round Table
    • Sports - Round Table
    • Youth
    • Community Food
    • Canals
  • 32. Reciprocity
    • Reciprocity – occurs when a person gives to someone else, expecting a fair and tangible return at some undefined future date .
    • This sense of future obligation makes possible the development of various kinds of continuing relationships, transactions, and exchanges that are beneficial to society.
    • Reciprocal interaction will often lead to relationships of trust.
  • 33. TRUST
  • 34. TRUST WORTHINESS
  • 35. Senscot
  • 36.  
  • 37. Extending Opportunities to Connect Bonding
  • 38. Extending Opportunities to Connect Bridging Bonding Bonding
  • 39. Vital Stats
    • 7 SENS Totals
      • 68 social enterprises
      • 1,204 employees
      • 1,758 volunteers
      • £60.26 m turnover
      • £48.97 m trading ( 66%)
  • 40.  
  • 41. Extending Opportunities to Connect Linking Bridging Bonding Bonding
  • 42. Government Development of Sector
    • An Enterprising Third Sector; 2008-2011
      • Scottish Investment Fund - £30 million
      • Third Sector Enterprise Fund - £12 million
      • Social Entrepreneurs Fund - £1 million
  • 43. Incubation of Support for the Sector
    • Senscot - 1999
    • Scotland Unltd - 2002
    • DTA Scotland - 2003
    • Social Enterprise Networks - 2003
    • Social Enterprise Academy - 2004
    • Firstport - 2008
  • 44. Services in Development
    • Ready for Business - 2009
    • Senscot Legal Services - 2010
  • 45. Challenges ahead
    • Many not very robust/current economic climate
    • Role/relationship with public sector and Govt
    • Role/relationship with private sector
    • Public awareness has grown but still low
  • 46.  
  • 47. Contact details
    • Assist Social Capital
    • 54 Manor Place
    • Edinburgh
    • EH3 7EH
    • T: 0131 220 4104
    • E: info@ocial-capital.net
    • W: www.social-capital.net