• Cash, confidence and creating a buzz: a Social Enterprise City five years on

    Plymouth became a ‘Social Enterprise City’ in 2013 – a badge that’s helped shift social enterprise from fringe to forefront. But there’s more work to be done.

  • NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards: shortlist revealed

    Is your social enterprise up for one of this year's NatWest Social Business Awards? Find out in our shortlist of the country's boldest and brightest ventures.

  • Day in the Life: Ben Gleisner

    The CEO and co-founder of CoGo, a platform that connects ethical businesses with consumers, juggles time zones and bedtime stories while leading a start-up the second time round.

  • DICE Young Storymakers programme: aspiring journalists apply now

    New scheme delivered in partnership by the British Council and Pioneers Post will offer young journalists from five countries training, mentoring and opportunities to research and publish stories of social and creative enterprise for a global audience.

  • The unexpected evangelist: Bill Clark, father of benefit corporation law

    A fateful encounter 10 years ago led to a whole new way of doing business. We meet the US lawyer who helped drive it – and find that he’s ready to shake things up again.

  • Teaching social enterprise: Scotland leads the way

    Should social enterprise be on every school curriculum? It will be in Scotland by 2028. We find out what pupils and teachers think about a groundbreaking programme led by the Social Enterprise Academy and the Scottish government. 

  • Scottish pupils create and sell special edition of The Big Issue

    One of the world's best known social enterprises, The Big Issue, joins forces with the Social Enterprise Academy to showcase Scottish schoolchildren's very own social enterprises.

Day in the Life: Ben Gleisner

The CEO and co-founder of CoGo, a platform that connects ethical businesses with consumers, juggles time zones and bedtime stories while leading a start-up the second time round.