• Opinion: We need a purpose marketplace for tech workers – and Big Tech firms could create it

    Tech companies are making mass layoffs – while social impact and sustainability organisations need top talent. One way to plug the gaps: redirect unemployed talent to a purpose-led jobs marketplace that also supports economies in the global South.

  • Gold dust for innovation: how to identify negative impacts – and use them for good

    Failures may feel scary, excusable and something to ignore – but they also provide insights into how to use resources better. Adam Richards, Bonnie Chiu and Jeremy Nicholls on rewiring our thinking to account for unintended negative outcomes.

  • The Impact Library: exclusive access for our subscribers

    Especially for our subscribers – find out how you can access our huge library of content available in the Pioneers Post Impact Library, including knowledge, insight and good practice from two decades of coverage of social enterprise and impact investment around the world.

  • ‘Odds stacked against it’: Traidcraft, the UK’s pioneering fairtrade enterprise to close

    After more than 40 years, the social enterprise ceases trading leaving ‘significant debts’, job losses and a continuing hope for transformation of an unjust global trading system.

  • ‘Huge’ demand for Growth Impact Fund with 90% of applications from diverse founders

    UK equity and racial justice fund attracts hundreds of leaders and founders from underrepresented backgrounds – debunking fears that there would be insufficient demand from diverse leaders, fund manager says.

  • Opinion: Emerging and diverse fund managers outperform – here are five reasons why

    Investing in an emerging manager means taking a bet on someone with less obvious track record. But there may be good reasons to invest – not least because a first- or second-time fund manager is likely also from an underrepresented background.