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SEC70: Ana Soldatenko from Transform Creative

In this episode we chat to Ana Soldatenko, the head of design for Transform Creative, as she leads us through her social enterprise life.


20th September 2017

Transform Creative is a social enterprise which was formed by Transform Scotland. Over the years, Transform Scotland has developed a diverse and extensive network of transport operators, businesses, local authorities and third sector groups.  It works with them to promote sustainable transport solutions across the country. Indeed, their national alliance has around sixty different organisations as members, including the likes of Caledonian MacBrayne, the WWF, Abellio, Virgin Trains, ScotRail, First Group, and many, many more.

Transform Creative makes use of this extensive network, and channels the research and experience gained through years of running different campaigns in partnership with their members, into offering Scotland’s third sector quality, creative design work. The aim is to leverage this kind of invaluable experience to offer robust, professional creative skills to all third sector organisations.

The Transform Creative team consists of a number of experienced professionals who have worked with some of the country’s biggest charities and social enterprises, covering everything from graphic design and digital communications, to campaign management and photography.

On this episode I interview Ana Soldatenko, the Head of Design at Transform Creative. A graduate from Gray’s School of Art, Ana has been with the organisation from the beginning, and she goes into a lot of detail about her social enterprise journey, the formation of Transform Creative and so much more.


Transform Creative website
Transform Creative on Twitter

Transform Scotland website

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