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MakeSense launched support fund for early stage social enterprises

And here is the awesome news! Makesense is launching its first investment fund [...]

Pay as you go solar solution is expanding in Africa

This month marks nine years since Jesse Moore and Nick Hughes first sketched [...]

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Business model of sustainable knitwear company

A Lithuanian team behind sustainable hand made knitwear - The Knotty Ones decided [...]

SIT 2019: Europe’s 15 best social entrepreneurs selected

If you can create an impact you must. Fifteen finalists have been selected [...]

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Finding money to start a social enteprise

Recently we came across a handy article by Alastair Wilson from the School [...]

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

Report: SOCIAL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA, A Qualitative [...]

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 [...]