Enterprise and Culture

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arc: building better business is a service connecting social enterprises with expert support and business opportunities to help them grow.
The Healthy High Streets campaign will give 100 high streets intensive support over a three year period through the creation of a network of local partnerships, access to business expertise & resource and an army of High Street Champions who will work to help high streets realise their potential.
Business in the Community's Access Programme aims to create a level playing field for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) so they can grow, win business and create new jobs. The Access Programme achieves this by organising events where SMEs can meet buyers and procurement professionals from corporates, as well as asking large businesses to sign a pledge to make their activities fair, transparent and open to small businesses.
We believe the arts can play a vital role in regenerating communities and stimulating economic growth. Arts & Business sparks new partnerships between commerce and culture.
This course is based around five principles of best practice community investment. This framework provides companies with a clear system to evaluate current activity and plan future developments, both on a strategic and delivery level. 
Senior business leaders go on a Seeing is Believing visit on Tuesday 7 March in Leeds to learn more about the value of social enterprises. Led by Charlotte Cool, the Vice President of Corporate Affairs at ASDA, attendees learnt the importance of working in collaboration with social enterprises to ensure a thriving, inclusive society.
This course is based around five principles of best practice community investment. This framework provides companies with a clear system to evaluate current activity and plan future developments, both on a strategic and delivery level. 
Interim findings at the end of Year Two from our report into the culture change generated by Business Connectors on secondment into their communities with BITC.
Business in the Community's programme to revitalise high streets today announces the final 33 high streets to successfully apply, bringing the total to 100.
With the 2016 Holyrood elections taking place on 5 May, Business in the Community Scotland has released a Responsible Business Scorecard, which highlights how the policies of each of the five main Scottish political parties will drive forward responsible business.
It's the last chance for businesses and organisations working to help revitalise their high streets to apply to join Business in the Community's Healthy High Streets programme of business support and expertise.
The Queen's Award for Enterprise has been awarded to 243 companies, including Responsible Small Business of the Year Winner 2015 Matrix APA, recognising their contribution to international trade, innovation and sustainable development.
Big businesses commit to a challenge set by Social Enterprise UK to spend £1billion with social enterprises by 2020.