Chance for social enterprises to win a rebrand


Five organisations are being given the chance to undergo a makeover

6th September 2019 by Gareth Jones 0 Comments

Social enterprises are being given the chance to give their brand a makeover.

Brand for Good is a competition that aims to support social enterprises that struggle to develop the kind of brand that will set the course of future success.   

Funded by the Scottish Government as part of the three-year Social Enterprise Action Plan, Building a Sustainable Social Enterprise Sector, Brand for Growth is a competitive programme aimed at ambitious social enterprises with high impact potential who can bring something to the table themselves.

Applicants need to set out how a strong and strategic brand would impact on their business and how it would build capacity. 

The programme is being delivered by BOLD, a branding, design and digital agency with specialist expertise in social enterprise the voluntary sector.

.An independent judging panel made up of individuals from the design world, the social enterprise world and previous recipients will select five organisations to be the recipients of the 2019-20 interventions. The branding exercise will typically go through three main sections; spanning consultancy, design and rollout.

Applications are open until 7 October 2019 and more information can be found on the BOLD website.