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How to Change Lives & Communities

So, How Does a Social Enterprise Work?   Well, let’s start with a semi related story that I came across. First, if I called out for some help to my extended community and social network,  w… 620 more words

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To be or not to be - Three Reasons Why You Should be a Social Enterprise.

Among the decisions in your life whether they be personal, professional or somewhere in between, you will eventually decide your role in the world. It doesn’t have to be a one way street. 690 more words

Branding

So what is a social enterprise? (Supper Conversation at ffresh on May 18th)

The Supper Conversation on Monday 18th May (18:30 arrival) will take a look at Social Enterprise and I am delighted that Dr Martin Price is to be our lead contributor. 434 more words

Leadership

Meerkat & Periscope: What the socially-savvy CIO should know

Many of us don’t really know what apps are hot until we overhear our 16 year olds discussing with their friends where to find the compromising party pictures. 464 more words

Apps

The LOOMs Apron - A Mother's Legacy

I am one of the lucky ones who grew up wearing personalised togs expertly tailored by my mother.

Mum also dressed grandma and dad but my brother and I received the most. 386 more words

Gift Ideas

CSR: What you didn’t know about Section 135 and didn’t bother to find out!

This post is in response to a column by a media person and friend featured in First Post.

The reason, of course, is to dispel the myths and mythology that seems to be surrounding common knowledge and understanding of Section 135, of the Companies Act, 2013, which makes CSR ( or much criticized  as the 2 percent tax) which companies have to make as part of their reporting. 1,850 more words

Corporate

Canadian real estate marketers create bold plan to get developers to donate houses to world's poor

It’s the essence of business innovation to apply one business concept to another, completely different, business field. It’s also becoming increasingly common; just about every business model has been copied by someone launching a venture in a different venue. 757 more words

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