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On some level, everyone hopes they are making environmentally conscious decisions on a daily basis. We all know plastic bags are bad and reusable bags are better. 188 more words

Social Enterprise

The real reason social startups fail and how business schools are coming to the rescue

Mike Cancilla and his team of fellow biomedical engineers are on a global health mission — one that began when, as UBC grad students, they heard that surgeons in developing countries were using unsterilized hardware-store drills because they couldn’t afford costly orthopedic ones. 1,285 more words


Still Whiteboardless!

I arranged a limited liability policy last week so that I can use my whiteboard again and I deposited the money into my account.  This is sometimes time consuming as I have an account with a great credit union, but their branch near London Bridge is only open Monday to Wednesday – on any other day I have to go a lot further into Peckham or Camberwell (places where I never normally go).   201 more words

P4G are now an IOEE Centre of Excellence

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So, you’re a young (or even not-so-young!) wealth creator who’s overcome all the hitches and hurdles to starting a new business.  You’ve done the courses, shredded the red tape and charmed the frosty ‘Retail Advisor’ at the local bank (former nomenclature – bank manager!).  456 more words

Cast Your Mind On This: Fishing in The Otway Basin

This Basin has a large central/southern area of moderate to steep forested-hills of the Otway Ranges, with all the larger streams draining from its southern slopes into the sea, east and west of Cape Otway. 418 more words

Otway Life Magazine

Loom Chicago Stiches Together Cultural Boundaries

The third floor of the Berry Methodist Church houses crates of yarn, sewing machines and a rack of tie-dyed scarfs. Women fleeing from war, poverty, politics or natural disasters meet here once a week to create handmade products to earn an income. 348 more words


Birmingham City Drive 20th - 24th April 2015

Birmingham’s Digbeth Social Enterprise Quarter launches “City Drive” in April with a fantastic array of events across Digbeth and the City. A series of free talks, walks and PopUps’ provide a great opportunity for this in or interested in Social Enterprise to get involved and find out more. 255 more words

Social Enterprise