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This week saw the Social Enterprise World Forum take the virtual mainstage, bringing together social enterprises from across the world for a jam packed programme of workshops, panels and networking.
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Over the last few months we have seen the effects of COVID-19 and its lockdown measures have a huge impact on how social enterprises and charities navigate using social investment. In this blog post we round up lessons from our #AChangingWorld podcast.
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The UK’s 100,000 social enterprises work close to their communities and employ two million people, often supporting minoritised and marginalised groups. But the COVID-19 crisis has had a huge impact on them. At the School for Social Entrepreneurs, we ran a survey with our programme participants to...
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The Craufurd Arms is a pint-sized community owned pub in Maidenhead that is tackling social isolation and becoming a hub for creating long-lasting relationships. Like many other pubs, they’ve been hugely impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
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As the COVID-19 crisis evolves, so do social impact organisations. Some have ceased trading. Others have tailored their offering to support people through new products or moving activities online. Some are using this enforced ‘downtime’ to inwardly reflect and develop strategies. Whatever your...
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Along with determination and hard work, it takes a whole lot of love to run a successful social enterprise. In this post, we’re excited to feature the stories of three social enterprises that were built with lots of love at their very core.
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Ishita Ranjan is the Project Manager of Good Finance. She manages the website and content strategy, coordinates partners and stakeholders, and drives the direction of the project. In this post, she reflects on Good Finance's five key learnings from 2019.