News and Views

  • NatWest SE100: Applications for 2019 Awards closing soon

    NatWest SE100: Applications for the 2019 Social Business Awards are now open - Deadline: make sure you apply by 14 February 2019!

  • 'Innovation is less about invention than connection'

    New venture EVERYBODY helps make galleries and museums more inclusive for children with additional needs. Founder Aviva Leeman on what she's learned at Year Here – and where she's taking her business next. 

  • SITR: low uptake, poor design – but foundations worth building on?

    Uptake of the UK’s Social Investment Tax Relief has been disappointingly low, thanks to poor design, delays and lack of awareness, according to new research – but it’s not a lost cause.

  • January Impact Finance Bulletin: Resonance property fund secures £5m to tackle homelessness

    PLUS: New investment-readiness programme in Asia; Stepping Stones Finance Facility launches; Big Society Capital re-invests in public service delivery; Big Issue Invest secures nearly £4m, and more...

  • Why Harvey Specter would fail to impress at this City law firm

    Bates Wells was the first UK law firm to become a B Corp. Partner Luke Fletcher tells us why his company is now banking on the Impact Economy.

  • 'We’ve been welcomed to get to work and collaborate' - Lemonade co-founders

    Long waits for mental health services are a dangerous waste of time. A new venture, Lemonade, wants to step in when young people most need help – and its co-founders say they've been welcomed with open arms.