A lot of our work at Bright Red Triangle is achieved through new and existing partnerships with external organisations in Edinburgh, Scotland, and beyond. Here are just a few of those organisations below.

If you would like your organisation added to the list, please do get in touch with us today.

Business Gateway is a publicly funded service contributing to the economic well-being of Scotland by providing access to free business support services.

Scotland’s prosecution service. The Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service have supported, participated in, and contributed to several of our Changing Perceptions workshops.

We help broadcasters and publishers find and obtain the digital rights, to real-time Instagram user generated content.

EIFA aims to promote religious (and cultural) harmony and diversity in Edinburgh by bringing peoples of all faiths together.

The hub for social enterprise owned and led by the sector ensuring social enterprise and socially enterprising activity in Edinburgh is central to social and economic growth.

Enterprise campus supports postgraduates from any Scottish university in forming, running and growing their business.

A national charity working for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) equality and human rights in Scotland. The Equality Network (Scotland) have supported BRT, contributed to and participated in our Changing Perceptions workshops.

Business support, funding and resources to help you start a social enterprise in Scotland.

A network and community for people working and studying in technology, computing, IT, digital, creative, media, business, enterprise and related sectors in Scotland.

A consortium of organisations of disabled people and disabled individuals. Inclusion Scotland have supported, participated in, and contributed to several of our Changing Perceptions workshops.

Informatics Ventures draw on a wide range of skills and backgrounds to deliver the best programmes to help Scotland’s ambitious technology entrepreneurs.

The largest youth and community-based organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Scotland. LGBT Youth Scotland have supported, participated in, and contributed to several of our Changing Perceptions workshops.

The global network from Power of Youth. Get connected.

An organisation run by and for people with learning difficulties. People First (Scotland) have supported, participated in, and contributed to several of our Changing Perceptions workshops.

Police Scotland is responsible for policing across the length and breadth of Scotland, some 28,168 square miles. Police Scotland have supported BRT, contributed to and participated in several of our Changing Perceptions workshops.

Founded in 2011, the Power of Youth recognises that the world needs action orientated role models for the next generation and that business provides an exceptional platform to help humanity reach its potential.

RBS is a British banking group and insurance holding company based in Edinburgh. Most recently, RBS has opened a new centre for entrepreneurs at Edinburgh headquarters to bring together Scottish enterprise experts and entrepreneurs.

Santander has grown to become one of the largest mortage and savings providers in the UK. Santander also supports initiatives to promote entrepreneurial culture and transfer skills from University to Business.

Scottish EDGE is a competition aimed at identifying and supporting Scotland’s up-and-coming, innovative, high-growth potential entrepreneurial talent.

Scottish Enterprise is Scotland’s main economic development agency and a non-departmental public body of the Scottish Government. SE works with partners in the public and private sectors to identify and exploit the best opportunities to deliver a significant, lasting effect on the Scottish economy.

SIE is funded by the Scottish Funding Council and Scottish Enterprise to help students in Scotland develop enterprise skills, discover their entrepreneurial talent and start up their own ventures.

The Scottish Transgender Alliance assists transgender people, service providers, employers, and equality organisations to engage together to improve gender identity and gender reassignment equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland. The alliance has supported, participated in, and contributed to our Changing Perceptions workshops.

The Voice of Social Enterprise – uniting social enterprises and their supporters into a strong campaigning force. Social Enterprise Scotland is your gate to Scotland’s social enterprise community.

UnLtd are here for social entrepreneurs. They support individuals directly rather than their ventures, and work with a variety of organisations across the UK to make sure they can support a huge variety of different social entrepreneurs.

One of the fastest growing global entrepreneurship organisations, hosting international summits across Europe, US, Middle East and Asia.

WeDO is one of Scotland’s most exclusive support and networking organisations for entrepreneurs. Membership is usually by invitation or referral.

Young Enterprise Scotland offers a wide variety of enterprise and entrepreneurship programmes and development opportunities for young people across all of Scotland

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