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LOVE launches specialist publishing business

Lynn BellLOVE, a Scottish business that delivers staff training and recruitment services to companies and organisations, has launched a publishing arm, LOVE Publications. 

LOVE Publications will publish educational and resource materials for children, young people, parents and teaching staff. This will be in the form of books, e-books and podcast formats. These will specialise in educational, training, social care and support themes, with a specific emphasis on those requiring additional support for learning. 

Headquartered in East Kilbride, LOVE is a social business, whose purpose is to solve social problems in a financially sustainable way, and it uses its profits from its recruitment and training activity to invest in its charitable activities. 

All profits acquired through the purchases of LOVE Publications’ material will be used to support charitable arm LOVE learning, which specialises in providing education, employability, social care, and physical health programmes to vulnerable children and young people, 

With the Publications programme, LOVE attempts to fill a gap in the offer of teaching tools outside the traditional education system for children and young people going through challenging circumstances. 

Lynn Bell, CEO of LOVE, pictured, said: “With the launch of our new publishing services, we want to position LOVE as one of Scotland’s leading providers of publications targeted at those who require additional support. We welcome our new programme as an opportunity to make a difference to the lives of vulnerable children  and young adults.

“Those purchasing the materials will also be supporting our charitable activities, investing  money back into the community through using a socially responsible provider.”

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