SCOTLAND’S main provider of copy and print options to the Third Sector, has
been short-listed within the Tech for Good class on the Social Enterprise Awards Scotland 2023.
Social Print & Copy (SP&C) has been recognised by the awards, which spotlight excellence and excellent achievements by social enterprises – companies that reinvest their earnings for social and environmental good.
A brand-new class this yr, the celebrated ‘tech’ award recognises a social enterprise utilizing expertise to realize its social impression, both by means of growing a brand new services or products, or enhancing its service supply.
Scotland’s first social enterprise inside the print and copier sector when it fashioned in 2019, Edinburgh-based SP&C helps companies transition from paper-based applied sciences to extra digital-focused alternate options.
The corporate, whose enlargement into Glasgow three months in the past is ready to create as much as 30 jobs within the Castlemilk space, has additionally launched Envirobox, an answer that allows the moral disposal of used print cartridges.
Moreover, the final 12 months have seen SP&C reinforce its standing as a trusted coaching platform because of its ‘no boundaries’ strategy to work.
Its two-year apprenticeship course for individuals aged 16-24 helps ship a constructive neighborhood impression by offering routes into employment for younger individuals beforehand struggling to unlock such alternatives.
Welcoming his firm’s nomination, SP&C chief government Ian Grey stated: “We’re delighted to be recognised by the panel for our progress and enterprise.
“The supply of our digital/environmental transformation companies creates an ‘on the job’ coaching platform for our younger individuals resulting in full-time employment whereas supporting our Third Sector companions.
There’s a whole of 9 classes open to Social Enterprises working in Scotland or people who work/volunteer in Scotland.
The winners might be introduced at an awards ceremony on the Scottish Parliament
on Thursday, twenty sixth October hosted by Beatrice Wishart, Scottish Liberal Democrat and Shetland MSP.