In this section of our website you will find various important developments, trends, events and partnerships that we’re particularly excited about, brought together in our Collections. We also curate collections of stories in collaboration with a range of social innovation partners, each with a distinctive theme.
Half the world’s employees will need to be reskilled by 2025. But with which skills? Emerald Works and Social Enterprise Academy set out seven critical skills that social enterprise leaders will need to flourish in the post-Covid-19 landscape.
Our Cities of Impact series, in partnership with Amsterdam Impact, explores how a city can not only nurture social entrepreneurship, but also contribute to a much more ambitious goal: transforming the whole economy.
The NatWest WISE100 (Women in Social Enterprise 100) is a platform connecting women in the space, enabling them to learn from and inspire each other, discover collaboration opportunities and ultimately increase their social impact.
In partnership with the British Council, we explore social enterprise across the world, take a look at the opportunities and challenges in policy and practice – and shine a light on some of the leading examples of social innovation.
What role are faith-based investors playing in the growing global impact investing movement – and what can others learn from them? A special series in partnership with the Global Impact Investing Network.
News, updates, resources and stories to help you stay informed and get you through the Covid-19 pandemic. To share your story or add to our collection of tips and resources, drop us a line at email@example.com.
Since Covid-19 hit the UK, thousands of new mutual aid groups have been set up to allow neighbours to help one another. But is there a danger of losing the 'mutual'? Bob Thust, Maff Potts and guests discuss – and devise potential solutions.
Women’s experience of entrepreneurship and social leadership is not homogenous – but it is powerful and pioneering, says Kelly Bewers. Her new monthly column hopes to profile, amplify and interrogate their journey.