EPIC is funded with Inverclyde Council and UKSPF, finding its focus in the Social Enterprise Sector, Entrepreneurship, Building Capacity, and Developing Resources in Inverclyde’s vibrant, existing social enterprise landscape. 

We’ll soon be launching two surveys for these projects – the Residents’ Survey and the Social Enterprise Survey, as well as hosting lots of exciting Community Engagement Events across our areas of interest. 

You can keep up to date with all our news and activities and find ways to join in by following our new social media accounts – find us on Facebook, X, and Instagram! 

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