Groups and Organisations affiliated with la rg e

Carbon Offset Sctoland

la rg e offsets its carbon footprint through Carbon Offset Scotland. Carbon Offset Scotland Ltd (COS) is a company committed to helping businesses, organisations and individuals calculate, reduce and offset their carbon footprints.


la rg e is a member of the FSB. The Federation of Small Businesses is the largest campaigning pressure group promoting and protecting the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms.

Green Business Partnership

la rg e is a BEP member. The Business Environment Partnership has a new name, Green Business Partnership. Our new name says what we do: we help businesses become more green and maximise the business benefits of doing so, like being more profitable, increasing efficiency, finding new markets, motivating their workforce and enhancing their reputation.

Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce

la rg e is a member of the Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce, the region's leading independent business support and networking organisation, the Chamber helps members save time and money, gain business knowledge and expertise and introduce them to potential customers and suppliers. They are the voice of Midlothian & East Lothian business - representing both SMEs and larger corporate organisations.

Microsoft Certified

really good computer services is Microsoft Certified. Microsoft Certification helps us to stay up to speed on the latest Microsoft technologies allowing us to provide the best application for the jobs

British Computing Society

really good computer services is a member of the British Computing Society, the leading professional body for those working in IT.


really good computer services is a member of BNI Dunedin. BNI is a 22 year old business and professional organisation that allows only one person from each trade or profession to join a chapter. With over 5,010 active chapters, and 103,607 members, it is the most successful business referral organisation in the world (as of August 2008).