Clacks Social Enterprise Network (CSEN)

Provide a range of opportunities and support

The Clackmannanshire Social Enterprise Network (CSEN) has been established by social enterprises in the local area to provide a range of opportunities and support to it’s members.  CSEN  also provides a voice for local social enterprises operating in the Clackmannanshire area, and seeks to represent it’s members both locally and nationally.

CSEN members are working hard to contribute to the growth and sustainability of the local social economy and their regular meet up’s offer:

  • Peer support – where members can benefit from the wide range of expertise and experience of fellow members.
  • Group solutions – where members can raise issues and work together to find solutions
  • Share best practice – where members can share best practice and get support to adapt, enhance and improve their own practice
  • Signposting – where the depth of experience of members can signpost members to additional support services, funding, training and other opportunities

Membership is open to all social enterprises operating in  Clackmannanshire and at all stages of development; from new starts through to well established mature organisations.

CTSI is committed to facilitating, representing and promoting CSEN and it’s members both locally and nationally.

For further information or to become a CSEN member please contact Jennifer Robertson at CTSi, by e-mail:, or by phone: 01259 213 840


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