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.

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Food for Thought – Viv’s Blog 3: Bee excited with honey!

26 November 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 the sector.  […]

IoD Scotland Director of the Year Awards – nominations open

26 November 2014: The Institute of Directors Scotland is seeking nominations for the country’s best directors to win a prestigious IoD Scotland Award that recognises good business practice and leadership excellence. Nominations close on Friday 12 December. Nominations are sought from Emerging Directors, Non-Executive Directors, Female Directors, those in the Third Sector and Public Sector Directors. Nominations are also sought for the Director Award for Family […]

WHALE Arts Agency – Stitch ‘n’ Time guest blog

24 November 2014: WHALE Arts Agency is a community arts organisation in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh. WHALE offers arts activities and events for children and adults, providing them with the chance to create, socialise, learn new skills and more while making a positive difference to their health, wellbeing and community spirit. Sarah Walker is a Projects Officer […]

Creating value from waste – BITC blog

20 November 2014: Business in the Community (BITC) has been working on initiatives around the circular economy and has recently published some thoughts as the organisation attempts to engage more members on this issue over the next few years. BITC’s blog examines why there aren’t more businesses turning their waste streams into the valuable resources […]