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  • Social Business Profile: Chanja Datti – the Nigerian plastic waste pioneer

    “Waste has value. Our role is to find that value.” So says the female founder of Chanja Datti – which also engages citizens in recycling, helps people access bank accounts, and even gets kids back into school. What are the secrets of its success?

  • Pioneers Post Business School: How to do good business, better

    The tools and insight you need to do good business, better. Get expert advice, practical insight and frontline examples on key business management topics from our network of social business practitioners and advisors. 

  • From Quebec to Mozambique – three cities putting sustainability first

    How do you cater for a growing urban population while protecting the planet? Insights from a resource-strapped mayor in Mozambique, a conservation champion in Canada, and a Polish municipality that’s involving kindergartens to reach net zero.

  • How to build an inclusive impact fund: co-create – and pay people for their time

    ‘Diverse-led’ social enterprises often miss out on access to social investment. An obvious solution: involve potential investees in the design of the fund. But it's not a quick win, as social investors UnLtd and Impact Hub Bradford tell us.

  • What is blended finance?

    IMPACT 101: What exactly is being blended in blended finance? Why do we need this strategy – and what are the challenges of making it work? Catch up in our explainer with Dalberg's Marcos Paya.

  • Social Business Profile: Phool – the Indian venture upcycling floral waste

    An ambitious business in India is cleaning up its holy rivers, employing marginalised women – and taking on the country’s vast, long established incense market. What are the secrets of its success?

  • Good Leaders Podcast Episode 5 - Liam Black: ‘My biggest failures have happened when I haven't stayed true to my values’

    Over his long and diverse career, Liam Black has run a number of purpose-led businesses – both his own and other people's. He speaks to Tim West about the question at the core of our podcast series: what does it mean to be a good leader?