The 2020 NatWest SE100 Growth Champion, Hubbub Enterprise, went from losing thousands of pounds a month to revenue growth of 96%. The current crisis is an “enormous setback” – but it has already launched a new initiative.
"I said that nobody is going to be thinking about investing in Shared Interest at a time like this – but I couldn’t have been more wrong." Our joint SE100 Impact Management Champion shares her gratitude in the British public.
A key reason to measure impact is to then use that knowledge to adapt your activities. The Skills Builder Partnership does exactly this and is the reason why it is a joint winner of our SE100 Impact Management Champion award.
A combination of physical fitness and mental health services is a winning formula for Projekt 42, a not-for-profit gym and wellness centre in Leith, Edinburgh which is this year's SE100 Trailblazing Newcomer.
GLL is the UK’s largest social enterprise leisure provider. At the start of 2019, our Storyteller award winner launched a new marketing campaign to attract millennials away from private operators that were threatening its market share.
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.