Caroline is an account manager at The Fable Bureau, where she is passionate about creating clever communications for a range of charities and social enterprises.
After a History degree at the University of Manchester, Caroline worked in PR for a digital advertising agency, followed by a year exploring South America. From podcast making to article writing, she has always enjoyed storytelling in its many guises.
Ailsa Clark and Adrian Appo are both helping people from marginalised communities get good jobs, but one is working in Scotland and one in Australia. Ahead of the Social Enterprise World Forum, they chat about global challenges.
Over a dubious Skype connection from Washington DC to Addis Ababa, two entrepreneurs discuss what it takes to start a social enterprise, and what gives them hope at a "scary" time for global politics...
How will these young people change the world? The UK’s first Drivers for Change journey took place in June, taking 100 entrepreneurial and creative young people around the UK to visit innovative projects and hear from inspiring speakers.
Billions of people have no access to clean drinking water, and environmental factors are to blame. This World Water Day, social enterprise Belu announces the steps it has made to reduce its carbon footprint.