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We build conversations.

If you’re trying to do good, we can help. Social enterprises, community groups, charities, public sector: wherever you’re from, we can help you to use digital tools to make a better world.

We all have current experience working for charities and the public sector. We understand how you work and we’re passionate about helping you achieve your aims.

We’re based in Glasgow, but we travel all over Scotland (and beyond) supporting the third and public sector.

Get in touch to talk about how we can help you.


Ross McCulloch is our Director and founder. Ross has a wealth of experience working with third sector organisations on communications, social media strategy, website planning and service development. Ross founded the global third sector digital gatherings РBe Good Be Social. As well as his day job Ross volunteers with Foundation Scotland Рsitting on their Impact and Innovation Committee. Ross also chairs and sits on a number of funding and awards panels, including Comic Relief Community Cash, Santander Social Enterprise Development Awards, Blackbaud Digital Fundraising Awards and JustGiving Awards. Ross delivers a range of social media workshops and is a regular conference speaker. As well as writing for the Third Sector Lab blog, Ross contributes to other publications, including The Guardian,  Sunday Mail and Third Force News.


Rosie McIntosh is an experienced communications professional who has held senior positions at the Mental Welfare Commission, Oxfam Scotland and ENABLE Scotland. She specialises in using multimedia content to tell stories and supporting volunteers and service users to have their voices heard.  As well as running training and advising charities on strategy, she is Project Manager for Mind Waves: the mental health citizen journalism project she runs in partnership with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.