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Annual Report 2007

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Presentation given at COSMIC's AGM on 27th March 2008 which reflects on the Annual Report for 2007

Presentation given at COSMIC's AGM on 27th March 2008 which reflects on the Annual Report for 2007

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  • 1. Bright ideas Bright Future Julie Harris Chief Executive ANNUAL REPORT 2007
  • 2.
    • We aim to encourage and develop the use, understanding and enjoyment of Information Technology for the benefit of individuals, businesses and communities .
    • Our Values : Supportive, Innovative, Accessible, Inspirational, Ethical
    Our Mission
  • 3. Our Objectives
    • High quality ICT training and support
    • ICT services and support for VCOs and SMEs
    • Local employment, good employment practices
    • Ethical, effective and responsive organisation
  • 4.  
  • 5. Structure
    • You the Members sit at the top!
    • Board elected by Members :
      • 5 Non Exec Directors and 3 Exec Directors
    • Staff team (employed by the Board)
      • 10 full-time, 2 part-time
    • Sub-contractors for training delivery
    • Our gardener and our cleaner
    • Work experience placements
  • 6.  
  • 7. 2007 – Major Achievements
    • Ministerial visit - Ed Milliband
    • Rob winning National ICT Award
    • South West ICT Conference
    • Edge Award Winners for SW
    • Young Enterprise week success
    • First SEM company
  • 8. Finances £562,664 £16,163 £183,306 (65%) £96,222 (35%) £279,528 2004 £617,258 495,470 £460,247 £435,625 Assets £13,326 -£5793 -£ 2,948 - £13,910 Profit in Year £135,192 (55%) £202,400 (61%) £200,884 (58%) £187,826 (55%) Revenue Grants and Contract Income £112,133 (45%) £127,700 (39%) £145,315 (42%) £152,270 (45%) Commercial Income £247,325 £330,100 £346,199 £340,096 Turnover 2003 2005 2006 2007
  • 9.  
  • 10. Projects
    • Evolve – excellent pilot project supporting ICT needs for rural VCOs – Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset
    • Springboard , SID , User Journey , FTOL – training for targeted learners
    • Switched on Communities – accessibility
    • net:gain – ICT planning for VCOs
  • 11. Websites
    • Pea-pods – e-learning developments
    • Joshuas – e-commerce for local business
    • Detox4Devon – young people
    • Green Taxi – environmental transport
    • Low Vision Art – accessible website
    • Moorcar – car share social enterprise
  • 12. Training
    • Explore IT
    • Digital Cameras
    • MS Office
    • Web design
    • Range of clients grows
  • 13. Consultancy
    • Foyer Federation – national
    • Connecting Dorset – report and bids
    • Net:gain research and development
    • ICT Hub – social enterprise models, faith-based organisations
  • 14. Tech Support
    • New and growing service - slowly
    • Coping with demand and capacity
    • Timebank suits our clients well
    • Key skills and expertise needed for this work
  • 15.  
  • 16. Lows
    • Staff changes
    • Failure with funding bids
    • Struggle with LSC audits
    • Decrease in individual training demand
    • Tough decisions about Ridgeway
  • 17. Highs
    • Regional work – ICT Champion, Accessibility Champion, Switched on Communities, Social Enterprise Ambassador
    • Role in major Conferences – profile raised
    • Increased Consultancy and Tech Support
    • Net:gain Delegate Support Award
    • Enterprise Week activities
  • 18.  
  • 19. The COSMIC Journey Continues
    • Changes in our offices - opportunities
    • New focus on organisational support – training, web, tech, consultancy for organisational development
    • Regional programmes – continued key role
    • New web and technical skills and services
    • New opportunities for partnerships UK-wide
  • 20. Reflections
    • Clear focus on strategic direction, business development and marketing needs to continue
    • Social accounting – keep using the tools even when we don’t go through the whole process
    • Need to review and refine our social and business objectives – reflect changes being experienced
    • Further development of skills, knowledge and expertise on staff team essential
  • 21. Look Us Up
    • www.cosmic.org.uk
    • www.cosmic.org.uk/facebook
    • www.flickr.com/photos/project-cosmic
    • www.slideshare.net/cosmicjulie
    • www.swict.wordpress.com
    • www.linkedin.com/in/cosmicjulie
  • 22. Thank you!
    • Julie Harris
    • Chief Executive
    • 01404 813226
    • [email_address]

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