Belfast Child CIC was born in March 2013 and founded by me. As I saw the need for a motivating 'off the street' programme for young people in Belfast.
The Bunker is a great example of a community interest company (CIC). We aim to tackle cultural barriers through interactive music projects.
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!
Rhubarb Farm became a CIC in October 2009. It is a small social enterprise on the north Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire border.
We had an idea to improve the lives of older people in our local area.
Social Enterprise UK became a CIC in 2013. We are the national body for social enterprise. We represent our members and help grow the social enterprise movement.
I'm Rosie Ginday, Founder of Miss Macaroon which became a CIC in 2011.
Ffilm Cymru Wales became a CIC in 2006. They support the development of a creative, innovative and inclusive film culture.
Well it may surprise you but quite a few people are. As Business Liaison Manager at Companies House, part of my role is giving presentations to accountants and businesses.
My name is Ceri Witchard and I became the Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs) in September 2015.