Contributors to the course
A programme that supports the development of social enterprise and social investment around the world.
An organisation that supports people using entrepreneurial approaches to tackle complex social problems.
An organisation that offers cash awards, networking and mentorship opportunities for social entrepreneurs in the UK, and has affiliate organizations in a number of other countries.
A magazine for people interested in social enterprise, impact investment and corporate social innovation.
The UK’s largest childcare charity and social enterprise. Click here to view more information about the London Early Years Foundation.
An organisation that distributes over 60 million pounds of donated grocery products a year to more than 600 people in Atlanta. Click here to view more information about Atlanta Community Food Bank.
A company manufacturing handmade paper and value added products out of elephant dung and other waste matter. Click here to view more information about Eco-Maximus.
A fair-trade certified handloom company which manufactures and exports handloom textiles and textile-based toys and handicrafts. Click here to view more information about Selyn.
An organisation that empowers the grassroots’ communities providing sustainable livelihood to weavers.Click here to view more information about Jaipur Rugs.
A social enterprise whose aim is to ensure that the Indian dairy farmer is able to run the dairy farm as a lucrative primary occupation without the debilitating dependency on labour. Click here to view more information about Arohana.
A form of local complementary currency, or community currency launched in Bristol in 2012. Click here to view more information about Bristol Pound.
An organisation that supports community projects in Uganda, focusing on education, health and sanitation, and access to clean water. Click here to view more information about Edirisa UK.
A deferred payment cycle rickshaw company that provides opportunities for disadvantaged people in Varanasi, India. Click here to view more information about Edirisa UK.
If you did not get a chance to take the optional survey on Creating Sustainable impact, you may wish to take it now as a way to reflect on your own drivers and obstacles to create such impact.
To find out more and to take the survey, please click here.