Tackling In-Work Poverty

SBC is working with businesses across the country to tackle in-work poverty.

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Check & Inflate

Let SBC help you keep your workforce safe and ready for winter with our free Check & Inflate initiative.

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Scottish Business in the Community (SBC) works with our members and partners to strengthen communities so people can thrive, businesses can flourish sustainably and Scotland is a greener place in which to live.

Business in the Community’s Responsible Business Awards

30 October 2014: Running for 18 years, Business in the Community’s Responsible Business Awards are a powerful means for companies to profile the positive impact of their responsible business activity. Free to enter, and open to all businesses – large or small – the awards provide an independent endorsement of your achievements. You can promote […]

JRF and SBC to present fringe event at SNP conference

30 October 2014: The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) and Scottish Business in the Community (SBC) will be jointly hosting a fringe event at the SNP party conference on Friday 14th November. WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT WORK Friday 14 November, 9am-10am, Royal George Hotel, Tay Street, Perth PH1 5LD  Room: Restaurant, breakfast and refreshment available  Speakers: […]

Food for Thought – Vivian’s Blog

23 October 2014: Vivian Maeda is a programme coordinator for Scottish Business in the Community and works on Food For Thought, a programme in partnership with The Scottish Government,  Education Scotland and Scottish Business in the Community that enables schools to work with businesses to engage young people in food, from making healthier choices to raising skills for […]

SMEs to receive resource efficiency funding

23 October 2014: Zero Waste Scotland is delivering the Resource Efficient Scotland Programme, offering funding during 2014/15 to support Small and Medium Sized Enterprise (SMEs) wishing to implement resource efficiency improvements within their organisations. There’s a recognition that some organisations are keen to improve their resource efficiency but lack the time and money to do so. […]