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Rusty Embroidered Backpack - Synolos

Rusty Embroidered Backpack - Synolos

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Featuring a stunning design along a padded back and adjustable shoulder straps, this embroidered backpack combines functionality and good looks. Use the two-way zipped main compartment to carry anything from a 15-inch laptop to books, and keep your phone and keys safe in the front zip pocket.

• 100% polyester, 600D
• Two-tone fabric
• Dimensions: H 16.5″ (42 cm), W 12.2″ (31 cm), D 8.3″ (21 cm)
• Capacity: 4.7 gallons (18 l)
• Top carry handle
• Front zip pocket
• Top zipper with 2 sliders and zipper pullers
• Large main compartment with padded back panel
• Padded adjustable shoulder straps in matching fabric
• Blank product sourced from China

About Synolos
Founded in 2010 by Barry Ingleton, Synolos is an award winning Social Enterprise (CIC) organisation based in West Oxfordshire that helps individuals identify and fulfil their potential.

Our Purpose
At Synolos we believe that every person has the potential to live a successful life. Unfortunately, we are not all given the same opportunities to identify and fulfil that potential. Our purpose is to work with individuals to not only identify their strengths, but to help carry them through into a practical setting. To fulfil this purpose, we have various approaches at our disposal that we can offer, depending on the needs of the individual.

Our goal for all those we work with is to help guide them into employment, self-employment, voluntary work or further training. Our aim is a simple one, but of paramount importance. By creating relevant opportunities that help people identify their strengths, we help them to improve their lives and build the future that they aspire to.

We Work With Individuals:
* With learning difficulties and autism
* Who are NEET (Not in Education, Training or Employment)
* With low or no qualifications
* Struggling at school in years 7-11
* Who are young and unemployed
* Struggling with mental health issues
* Who are long-term unemployed, aged 24 – 50+
* On long term sick/leave, who are seeking to get closer to employment

Synolos is built on the foundation of what we call our 3 Elements 2 Success, each person we work with need different developments and these three element cover most needs, they are:

* Education & Training
* Social Enterprise - www.inndi.co.uk
* Wellbeing
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About Inndi and Synolos and what we do.

Founded in 2010 by Barry Ingleton, Synolos is an award winning Social Enterprise (CIC) organisation based in West Oxfordshire that helps individuals identify and fulfil their potential.

Our Purpose

At Synolos we believe that every person has the potential to live a successful life. Unfortunately, we are not all given the same opportunities to identify and fulfil that potential. Our purpose is to work with individuals to not only identify their strengths, but to help carry them through into a practical setting. To fulfil this purpose, we have various approaches at our disposal that we can offer, depending on the needs of the individual.Our goal for all those we work with is to help guide them into employment, self-employment, voluntary work or further training. Our aim is a simple one, but of paramount importance. By creating relevant opportunities that help people identify their strengths, we help them to improve their lives and build the future that they aspire to.

We Work With Individuals: 

* With learning difficulties and autism 

* Who are NEET (Not in Education, Training or Employment) 

* With low or no qualifications 

* Struggling at school in years 7-11 

* Who are young and unemployed 

* Struggling with mental health issues 

* On long term sick/leave, who are seeking to get closer to employment

Synolos is built on the foundation of what we call our3 Elements 2 Success, each person we work with need different developments and these three element cover most needs, they are: 

* Education & Training 

* Social Enterprise

* Wellbeing