Welcome to 2015 at SGP
In December we started a collaboration with a friend of mine, Miss Katie Sutherland, when it comes to social media. Many of our followers may have noticed that the majority of our Facebook posts have been coming from her of late. For this we are eternally thankful and grateful; especially as she volunteers for the post. This has seen our social media traffic and web traffic boosted greatly.
The website is in need of some housekeeping and maintenance so that will be looked in to over the coming weeks in order to refresh information and keep things current. I have two interviews waiting to be published, a Masters thesis from a follower of the site and the start of two new projects for us.
The last while has been a tough one for SGP as we are currently searching for funding and trying to create a top class business plan. If any of our friends has experience in this area then we are more than happy to listen to any ideas that come our way. Just contact is through the website.
Three weeks ago we were featured on STV Glasgow's evening news to talk about sustainability and the likes within the city. This was done by me, David, and was, in all honesty, one of the scariest things I have had to do. Luckily I only messed up one wee bit but I will get a full blog post up and link to the item over the next week.
That brings us to the two projects.
As launched at the Green Tease I hosted in November we will be launching PROJECT PANDO in the next month or so. This is currently under construction and will have its own website. More details to follow.
The second project is a personal one but one that will be featured heavily over the spring. A friend from Uni and I will endeavour to build my very own reclaimed SGP garden micro office. I have mentioned these on social media a lot of late and they have caught my imagination. If any of our friends on here happen to have any reclaimed wood, windows, doors or anything at all that could go in to a small office then please don't hesitate to contact me and I will happily come and collect it. The aim is to build it for around £300 if that is possible. Making it a truly sustainable build and structure. More info will be posted in the coming months!
Thanks for listening and sorry in advance for the SGPinParis posts over the next two days along with #backingblue and some rugby based images!!!
Have a good weekend one and all!