The Sewing Rooms had great opportunities lined up earlier this year. Then Covid hit and everything went on hold. But the fighting spirit took over for our SE100 Resilience Award winner – The Sewing Rooms.
SASC's initial social investment offer was turned down by Hull Women’s Network trustee Lisa Hilder. But Ben Rick was determined to shape a product that worked. The result was an SE100 award-winning investment deal.
Hubbub creates playful campaigns to inspire healthier, greener lifestyle choices – and was named our Storyteller of the Year in 2019, for its innovative approach to behaviour change. Find out how they made it in our new film.
The big reveal: from a community-owned fish and chip shop to a £3m investment to support victims of domestic abuse – find out which social enterprises have made the final of the 2020 NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards
FRC Group has won a string of awards recently, but success hasn't always come easy. CEO Shaun Doran tells us what it takes to lead a social business through ups and downs – and why its strategy includes helping other entrepreneurs too.
2020 marks the 10th year of the NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards. We look back at some of the winners of the past decade – and reveal 10 things you might not know about these champions of social enterprise.
Social impact investment firm, Resonance, won our Investment award for ‘Good Deal of the Decade’ for its groundbreaking partnership with St Mungo’s and others to create the Homelessness Property Funds. Find out how they made it in our new film.
The founder of In House Records – a record label under which all music is produced and performed by prisoners, and the winner of our 2019 Trailblazing Newcomer Award – talks us through his typical day.