We take a look at the fastest growing business services firm in the NatWest SE100, Iridescent Ideas. Their founder, Gareth Hart, speaks about the consultancy firm and why Plymouth is a special place for social enterprises.
Opportunities arising from EU enthusiasm, the sharing economy and the new UK government's economic agenda are there for the taking if you're a social enterprise, says London-based academic Alex Murdock.
Liverpool-based FRC Group is no stranger to political and economic uncertainty. In its 27 years of existence the 2014 RBS SE100 award winner has demonstrated unshakeable resilience and proved itself to be a champion of British social enterprise.
Nominations for this year's NatWest SE100 Social Business Club awards have just opened. What better reason do we need to present our film of last year's storyteller award winner, the House of St Barnabas?