Articles Tagged with the word ‘social enterprise’

 
Petit Miracles. Pic by Vicky Perryman
 

/ Social Enterprise

26 May 2015

 

Social enterprise Petit Miracles offers a new lease of life to furniture, and to the long-term unemployed people responsible for renovating it

 
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/ Economics & Innovation, Innovation, New Economics, Social Enterprise

19 Feb 2015

 

Five innovative programmes are aiming to diffuse the “ticking time bomb” of Africa’s youth employment crisis

 
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/ Good Business

13 Feb 2015

 

Currently just 10-15 per cent of children in care in the UK achieve five A*-C grades at GCSE. We talk to Paul Singh about how his social enterprise, Equal Education, is working to help improve their prospects

 
Hub Islington, Social enterprise, social entrepreneurship, Akasha Innovation, Greta Rossi
 

/ Blogs, Economics & Innovation, New Economics, Social Enterprise

13 Oct 2014

 

Greta Rossi, co-founder and chief empathy officer of Akasha Innovation, examines a richer, more sustainable alternative to the traditional three Ps

 

New tax relief for social enterprises

 
 

/ Economics & Innovation

10 Mar 2014

 

The UK government is hoping to encourage investment into businesses that are working for social benefit, through the creation of a new form of tax relief

 
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/ Good Business

08 Mar 2013

 

“We’re primarily about creating a better world, but through a gender lens. It’s not just about women but about what those women do”

 
A Start- Up box scheme- Jean from Local Greens in Herne Hill, London
 

/ Agriculture

25 Oct 2012

 

A social enterprise supplying local food in east London has launched a programme to help other communities set up their own vegetable box schemes across the UK

 
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/ Positive Travel

20 Sep 2012

 

In post-revolution Tunisia, Naomi Tolley discovers a peaceful land with a positive air, and a unique tourism business that one man has built with his own hands

 
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/ Community

19 Sep 2012

 

Thembi Mutch spends the day with women farming seaweed in Zanzibar and discovers how an innovative community business is empowering them to take control of their lives