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Education Scotland, Scottish Government and Business in the Community in Scotland are working in partnership to fund and support the Food for Thought Education Programme, which supports Scotland’s first national food and drink policy.
Business Engagement in Early Years was a business-led programme, funded by the Scottish Government, offering businesses a structured means to help children (nursery-P4) living in less affluent areas to improve their life chances and become responsible citizens. The programme has now finished but you can still download the toolkit.
Following the ransomware cyber attack on Friday 12 May which affected the NHS and is believed to have affected other organisations globally, the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has sent an alert to all businesses and individuals regarding the Wannacry ransomware incident (WannaCrypt0r) urging both individuals and businesses to follow protection advice immediately and in the coming days.
A one-day conference sharing innovative policies and practices. What will it take for inclusive growth to benefit people and places left behind by previous approaches?
 
Pupils from Heriot Primary School in Paisley have taken the My Healthy Breakfast Challenge during Business in the Community's (BITC) Responsible Business Week 2017 to help encourage them to make good choices for their first meal of the day.

The innovative challenge is part of the Food for Thought Programme, a three way partnership between the Scottish Government, Education Scotland and BITC Scotland, the Prince’s Responsible Business Network.
BITC Scotland will support the delivery of Barclays’ LifeSkills employability programme north of the border
In 2017 Business in the Community Scotland became the charity partner of LifeSkills created with Barclays.
This course examines the business case for being a purpose-driven brand, provides the tools to authentically embed purpose into commercial activities, and enables action planning to bring together cross-functional departments and effectively drive change.
Business in the Community Scotland collaborate with business and Scottish Government to promote military employment programme