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Linking Social Impact with Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competence Building

There are different understandings of social impact, which covers “a common good”, “common [...]

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Social Impact Investment – Best Practices and Recommendations for the Next Generation

We recommend to read and learn from this study prepared for the Committee on [...]

Entrepreneurship Training and Mentoring Circle for Women

Entrepreneurship Training and Mentoring Circle for Women (ETMCW) is a concept delivered by [...]

INDIGISE project – adjusting to and supporting youth on socialenterprisebsr.net

The lack of visibility, specialized training, support network and infrastructure, as well as [...]

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GARAGE48 – From an idea to a prototype successful entrepreneur in 48 hours!

Are the following Estonian entrepreneurs behind successful startups known to you? Taxify, Pipedrive, Fortumo, Weekdone [...]

Social Outcomes Conference 2019

The Social Outcomes Conference 2019 brings together prominent academic and practitioner voices from [...]

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Find inspiration and become plastic positive!

Become plastic positive Read about Empower - company creating a global solution to [...]

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Parmu Ecovillage – a nature-friendly community

Parmu Ecovillage is a non-profit organization which unites the community with the goal of becoming [...]

Helping social ventures scale their impact

This content is delivered to you in the framework of the SEBS2 project [...]

A Critical Reflection on Social Impact Bonds

At first glance, social impact bonds (SIBs) appear to be an ideology-free response to a range of social problems. As public resources are not always made available to adequately fund public and social services, SIBs leverage private investment to finance such services so that providers do not have to front the cost of delivery. Investors are rewarded if providers meet agreed-upon outcomes but lose their investment if providers do not meet those outcomes. On the face of it, SIBs might seem like a win-win for everyone involved. […]

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