But Elliott Lancaster is on a clean-up mission. Utter Rubbish is a social enterprise he created while studying at Keele University (Elliott gained a first-class degree in accounting and finance and is now taking a PhD).
“Our values are to help the world run better and improve people’s lives,” says Frank Omare, a senior director within the global value advisory team at SAP. A “world of opportunities” for all.
“The trouble with being successful is you’re in demand.” When Jonny Kinross took the helm as CEO of Grassmarket Community Project, the social enterprise worked with 70 people each year. Now that figure is around 500.
Fair for You is a lending company, wholly owned by a charity, providing small loans for people to buy essential items for they homes. It does not give cash loans, it gives access to affordable credit.