New Cultural Festival will generate income for FVSE, a Social Enterprise that works with Young People. When social entrepreneur Matt McGrandles took ownership of the failing Stirling Highland Games event back in 2013, he set out to not only resurrect this much-needed local cultural sporting event...

FVSE first started trading in 2014 with its rickshaw service being contracted into several Falkirk events to support the movement of people around their event space. Since then the business has enjoyed steady growth through all its project delivery strands and with the company already...

Forth Valley Social Enterprises CIC in partnership with Stirling Council Youth Services delivered its first training programme in the lead up to Stirling Highland Games. Founding Director, Matt McGrandles delivered the Core Skills in Events taster programme to 5 young people aged between 16 and 18...

FVSE event team were promoting their supporting companies from the last few months and were joined by Provost Mike Robbins. Founding Director of FVSE, Matt McGrandles has been speaking with many local Stirling businesses since January of this year about getting behind this community event. The...

Forth Valley Social Enterprises CIC were delighted to have been a finalist in the Social Enterprise category at the recent Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce Awards. After we were shortlisted to 3, Founding Director Matt McGrandles gave a short presentation to the judging panel in February...