CM International undertakes evaluation of Community Housing Cymru business development support
CM International evaluates Collaborative Communities project – strengthening support for social enterprise
CM International complete study into infrastructure for market opportunities in public service delivery
CMI completed the Phase 1 evaluation of Collaborative Communities.
CMI conducted a value for money review and strategic review of the activities of three social enterprise infrastructure organisations on behalf of a core funder for each organisation – the Welsh Government.
CMI undertook an evaluation of the Rural Development Plan Axis 4 funded Communities as the Hub or Rural Life project delivered by PLANED in Pembrokeshire and the wider Local Action Group activities.
CMI is currently evaluating Pembrokeshire Produce Direct, an online local food hub bringing together local primary producers and their supply chain partners.
This study was commissioned by Cylch, the community reuse & recycling network body in Wales, to explore the feasibility of creating regional Community Reuse Material Hubs in Wales.
The first stage (process evaluation) of an evaluation of the Community Asset Transfer Fund was completed in July 2011, the second in April 2013.
CMI were commissioned to examine the outputs from the Mid-term evaluation of the Enterprise Network Programme evaluation
CMI was commissioned to study the feasibility of a Ground Force Green Hub.
Commissioned by the Wales Co-operative Centre, a CMI team undertook a study drawing on original case study research to explore the benefits from social enterprise delivery of public services.
Development of an evaluation framework as part of an application by Tywi Afon yr Oesoedd, to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Research into the actual need, practicality and operational options, along with the risks of establishing and maintaining a council loan fund.
The Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) combines a role of supporting and representing the voluntary and community sector in Wales.
CMI developed a framework for enterprise lead generation in the East Midlands.
CMI reviews and evaluate the achievements of infrastructure organisations in the East Midlands.
CM International was contracted by the East Midlands Development Agency (emda) to undertake a two-phase evaluation of Social Enterprise East Midlands (SEEM).