25th June 2019: 

Calling all budding social entrepreneurs, innovators and those with good ideas to change the world!

Creating a new social venture can be a daunting prospect but Good Ideas is on hand to help you test out your idea, turn it into action and make a real, long-term difference to society.

Do you have an innovative idea you would like to test out? Join us to generate, share and test your idea at this energising workshop.

If you have an idea to start a social venture and want to explore how to make it happen, this workshop is for you.

The workshop will feature:

  • Interactive activities
  • No pressure to have a perfect idea!
  • Lots of post-it-notes and lots of creativity

Date: 25th June 2019

Time: 2pm – 5pm

Location: The Whisky Bond, Glasgow

How to register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/make-change-in-glasgow-good-ideas-catalyst-tickets-62141220062

Make Change in Glasgow

This workshop is being run in partnership with Good Ideas, The Whisky Bond and Glasgow Caledonian University through SIKE*

The Melting Pot Good Ideas

Run by The Melting Pot, Scotland’s Centre for Social Innovation, Good Ideas is an incubator for new social ventures. We have a an established track record of supporting some of Scotland’s best new ideas including Locavore, Vox Liminis, Edinburgh Tool Library. https://good-ideas.org/

The whisky Bond and The Distillery

Since 2012 The Whisky Bond has become home to a growing community of designers, makers, creative businesses, artists and social innovators. Home to Glasgow Sculpture Studios the building has world-class production facilities in wood, metal, plaster and ceramics. Their dedicated coworking space The Distillery is open for freelancers, start-ups and creatives who need a flexible and professional workspace. They house a thriving network of artists, designers, photographers, cultural producers, software developers and other potential collaborators.


Glasgow Caledonian is the University for the Common Good. Their mission is to make a positive difference to the communities they serve and this is at the heart of all they do, especially in their social innovation teaching and research. https://www.gcu.ac.uk/

*Social Innovation through Knowledge Exchange is co funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union