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Aim2Flourish YouTube video for Accessible Tennis

AIM2Flourish, a program of the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit at the Weatherhead School of Management – Case Western Reserve University, is the world’s first higher-education curriculum incorporating the UN Sustainable Development Goals and “Business as an Agent of World Benefit” – our words for positive and profitable business. Using the UN Global Goals as their lens, students research and identify a positive business innovation and interview a business leader about it. Their stories live on the AIM2Flourish.com platform as sources of inspiration for others. In 2018, Marie & Accessible Tennis was able to publish their story on the Aim2Flourish platform. Read here for more details.

Case study

Bank of Scotland Case Study

Picture ramp

The new ramp access  at Glasgow University Staff Tennis Club built for  the start of the Accessible Tennis pilot July 2016.



Craig Morrison, Senior Manager,Lloyds Bank ,Commercial Banking.

Bank of Scotland Mentor 2015/2016 and has agreed to continue after Course finished in October. Adds a business/ commercial perspective.

Mentor Craig at graduation

Mentor Craig at graduation



Norma Taylor, Head of Support Services, Southside Housing Association, Glasgow.

Extensive experience in Mental Health. Volunteered on the tennis pilots. Completed Tennis Activator Course wants to do Level 1 Coaching award.

Norma Taylor

Norma Taylor

Anna Myatt, Tennis Development Officer, Edinburgh Leisure.

Experienced female tennis coach, mentor and tutor.

Tennis coaching

Anna Myatt training new Activators

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