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What do companies exist for?

Nineteenth century companies were founded to capitalise on industrial revolution innovation to maximise profit for their shareholders. Some of the most successful capitalists also became notable philanthropists, but this was not seen by many as the purpose of their business ventures but rather something made possible by their success. 374 more words


New Initiative under NSW Government Social Investment Policy

Applications close 17 June 2015

The Expert Advice Exchange (EAX) is a platform to connect eligible social sector organisations with pro bono advice from leading law firms, professional services firms and financial institutions. 92 more words

Professional Development


The driving force in me since I was a little girl was to help people, though I did not always know the best way to do so … yet, I discovered I am not alone. 1,618 more words

Connecting The Dots ... With The RESPECT PRINCIPLE

Mycoskie: at the Beginning, I’d Only Wanted to Help 250 Children

This is how ALL dreams start, small, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

The influence of TOMS had come to Taipei.  Mycoskie, the founder of TOMS is the primary speaker of the forum hosted by UDN Papers.  903 more words

Experiences Of Life

Senior Research & Development Engineer, Sanergy, Nairobi, Kenya

Sanergy is an award-winning social venture that builds healthy, prosperous communities by making hygienic sanitation accessible and affordable in Africa’s urban informal settlements. We are hiring for a… 94 more words


Act. Measure. Grow: Shared Value

Earlier this month, I was lucky enough to meet the man that inspired my infatuation with the idea of Shared Value – Mark Kramer. Mark co-authored the Harvard Business Review article… 905 more words

Social Change

Service Design Workshops

Sometimes (more and more frequently) I help to run Service Design workshops. The latest flurry of which have revolved around healthcare. Minnie, Greg 502 more words