Celia Hodson and her daughters have just launched Hey Girls, a “buy one give one” social enterprise to tackle period poverty. Doing business for good, they believe, means buying from other social enterprises and ethical suppliers.
Over the coming weeks, we'll be publishing features to help you get your digital toolbox together – the websites and applications that can make your social venture run more efficiently. First: how to choose what you need.
Is the goal rather than your commitment the problem? In a new series scrutinising key challenges that social enterprise leaders face, Terri McBride shares how she and her colleagues have helped senior staff reflect upon and realign their aims to get results.
Facing the decision to close a charity will inevitably involve a lot of soul searching. Imelda Redmond, former CEO of childcare charity 4Children, offers five tips towards a brighter future for everyone involved.
Wondering how you can be a more effective leader of your social venture? In the latest in his occasional series of letters to a young social entrepreneur, Liam Black offers some pointers for your new year's resolutions.