A night to remember for the Regulator of Community Interest Companies showing her support for CICs and social enterprise in Scotland.
Community Interest Company Office
Last financial year we received 4,007 applications to become a CIC but 30% were rejected for reasons you can avoid by following the advice in this blog.
Competition for funding has always been fierce and CICs can sometimes face the toughest battles.
The office is pleased to announce that the Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CIC) Annual Report 2016 to 2017 was laid in Parliament on Tuesday 18 July 2017.
In the coming weeks, you will notice that it's much quieter than usual on this blog and the @CICRegulator Twitter account.
I was delighted to recently take over the position of Deputy Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs).
Phil Horrell, the Deputy Regulator (who has been in the CIC office since the beginning of time!), presented at his last CIC event before retirement and jetting off to sunnier climes (Australia so I’m told).
My father and grandfather both miners in the Welsh valleys, had a saying 'the tools are on the bar' to call the end of a shift. At the end of October and after 41 years of public service, I will be …
I’m Helen Huish, my name may be familiar to you all. I have worked in this office for the last 11 years, which means I am the longest serving member not Phil Horrell. I beat him by 2 weeks!
My name is Ceri Witchard and I became the Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs) in September 2015.