Fran chats with Giulia Iannucci of KnowThyBrand about all things branding, female entrepreneurship and being a purpose-driven enterprise.
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Caroline has worked in the charity sector for fifteen years and with the great knowledge and passion she attained working on big change programmes, she made the decision to create Deliver Grow; helpin
Carly Osman-Holme is ripping up the rule book and helping small, purpose-driven brands to find their DNA through her business, Sprowt.
Kat Luckock, of Share Impact, is a business coach and mentor for female social entrepreneurs looking for support to grow their businesses.
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Take time during Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 to #ConnectWithNature and share what this means for you and your mental health
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The Social Enterprise Community is a tribe of people who are passionate about using for-purpose businesses to drive social impact.
If you’re thinking about trading income and how it could help your charity reduce its reliance on other forms of fundraising, the best place to start is with your strategic plan.
Trading brings a number of benefits to charities. It offers a way of raising relatively predictable funds for your charity that you can plan for over the medium to long term.