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Eriskay Associates Limited

Supporting third sector organisations as they make the transition towards social enterprise. This includes: Creating the right strategy to take the organisation forward; Identifying funding opportunities and other resources; Building capacity through effective training and coaching; Developing and promoting more efficient and effective services; We have helped a number of organisations (large and small), become more independent and sustainable whilst remaining true to their core purpose and values. We also deliver a range of capacity building workshops including: * Leadership and Teambuilding * Presenting to Funders and Stakeholders * Effective Communication * Meaningful Marketing * Finance for Trustees We have also developed the Better Business Programme, through which we work with organisations making the transition to social enterprise. This includes setting goals, defining strategies, creating and implementing plans and accessing funding and resources. We believe the challenges of delivering multiple outcomes are far greater than those presented simply by profit maximisation and therefore take an holistic and open minded approach to organisational development and growth. Over the past 12 months we have worked with a range of enterprises, delivering diverse projects in strategy, planning, fund raising, marketing and capacity building - we have many testimonials and references on our website. Clients include St Andrew's First Aid, Glasgow's Vintage Vehicle Association, Beatroute, Reidvale Neighbourhood Centre, TM Glasgow and many other wonderful organisations.

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81 Mitre Road, Jordanhill, Glasgow, G14 9PH, United Kingdom

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