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Monthly Archives: February 2019


Social Entrepreneurship in education systems

Education plays a crucial role in shaping the minds and opinions of the [...]

How to find your passion idea and knowing what you want

Starting a social enterprise based on an idea is not always easy. It [...]

Online collaboration tool – Monday.com

This article is an excerpt from the full article on picksaa.com. To read [...]

Report: Social Enterprise Develpment in the Middle East and North Africa


30 under 30 Social Entrepreneurs by Forbes

Forbes just announced the list of 30 young social entrepreneurs. To see the [...]

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5 lessons for social entrepreneurs on how to change the system

The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship manages the largest network of late-stage social entrepreneurs in the world. Yet when you talk to most entrepreneurs in our community, they describe their impact as a “drop in the ocean”. They say things such as: “I’m not even 5% of the way to where I want to be”. For a field long obsessed by the holy grail of organizational scale, the social entrepreneurship sector is coming to terms with the limits of incremental growth. The needs are just too large and too urgent, and the models for scaling that we have developed remain too narrow and take too long. Conventional scaling models borrowed from the private sector, such as branch replication and social franchising, seem woefully inadequate to meet the size of the need. […]

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Did you check GoToMeeting? A new tool for conference calls

Recently I have come across the GoToMeeting collaboration tool. The best part of it is the ability to use your phone and get connected to multiple people from different countries into one conference call by dialing a dedicated local number and special code. Below is a short review of the app and the link. […]

Deloitte Social Investment Leveraging Index in CEE

The new Deloitte Social Investment Leveraging Index (DSILI) developed by Deloitte in partnership with EVPA [...]

The Hidden Revolution – new initiative in the UK to map social enterprises

The Hidden Revolution, supported by Nationwide and Co-op Group, presents a fresh analysis of the size and scale of the social enterprise sector. According to independent analysis, the social enterprise sector makes a £60bn contribution to UK GDP, compared to £24bn in previous research. The Hidden Revolution also brings together key statistics which show that social enterprises are more competitive than traditional firms, confirmed that social enterprises are the Future of Business. […]

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Should you “internationalise” your social enterprise?

The pioneer Post recently published an interesting article on the internationalisation of social enterprises. Here is a short excerpt and lin to the full article: Social entrepreneurs are great at tackling locally-rooted problems – but they may be overlooking opportunities to grow and develop if they’re not considering overseas markets. Research suggests much more support is needed to help them get there. […]

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