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SOCAP Virtual: How a new type of ‘pay-for-success’ deal is giving job-seekers the skills to fill vacant positions – and proving an attractive proposition for impact investors and training providers alike.
As social enterprises enter the post Covid-19 world, how can they mitigate the risks elevated by the pandemic? Now is the time to develop new revenue streams, review grant terms and ensure cash is working as effectively as possible.
How do you capture a butterfly without crushing its wings? Just one challenge explored by Dr Simon Kaye of New Local Government Network and Pat Fernandes of Advice for Renters, who join podcast co-hosts Bob Thust and Maff Potts.
To speak, just wave your spoon... With UK charities facing soaring demand for grief counselling due to Covid-19, social enterprises such as The Loss Project are using virtual meeting spaces – including 'Spoon Rooms' – to help mourners support each other online.
Stories can provide a lens with which to engage with reality. The managing director of Myanmar social enterprise Third Story Project discusses how stories can be used to open conversations around difficult issues – including Covid-19.
Providing non-financial support is core to investing for impact. But what does that mean in practice, and how much help can a small investment team realistically offer? The head of UK social investor Resonance takes us behind the scenes.
In a new podcast, Ethical Property's Conrad Peberdy tells Pioneers Post about the rise of two-way due diligence, why he's optimistic about the ethical workspace industry, and why he remains as picky as ever about future investors.
In the first of a series looking at 'patient, risk bearing' capital, Duncan Brown asks why social investment is so dominated by short-term, rigid debt instruments – and why there's so little support for higher risk, high return social innovation.
How do you build an ethical offering in the cutthroat world of workspace? We meet Conrad Peberdy, raised amid rainforests and now at the top of the tree at one of the UK’s leading social businesses, Ethical Property.
Covid-19 restrictions could be a chance to overhaul all those niggling issues in the ‘restaurant’ of your life. Episode three of ‘Kitchen Nightmare, Lockdown Edition’ asks: which customers will you invite back once you re-open for business?