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We first launched in February 2002 as Social Enterprise magazine – the first magazine in the world dedicated to social enterprise and social entrepreneurship. Over the years we've developed a global following and metamorphosed into a new brand extending to socially innovative pioneers across the globe.
Launching Pioneers Post Quarterly
The very first issue of Pioneers Post Quarterly was launched in 2015, in the blistering 35 degree heat at the Social Enterprise World Forum in Milan, Italy. Delegates of the forum were caught sipping on a refreshing drink whilst flicking through the pages of the new magazine, which includes an exclusive interview with Professor Muhammed Yunus. The Nobel Laureate famed for his work as a pioneer of microfinance reflects on the progress make on an ambition he revealed nearly 10 years ago to put poverty in a museum.
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Also featured in the first issue is an interview with the executive chair of one of the most successful social enterprises in the world – The Big Issue. Nigel Kershaw OBE takes us on a London taxi ride to the places that hold special value to him around the UK Capital – and talks through his social enterprise journey, in the first of our Black Cab Interviews.
Love for the new publication has been felt in the Twittersphere:
James Taylor from Bridges Ventures tweeted:
“Loving the new @PioneersPost quarterly. Bravo for doing a mag in the first place; bonus points for doing such a nice-looking one.”
Meanwhile, the CEO of the London Early Years Foundation, June O’Sullivan MBE, posted:
And lastly, the stars of this issue’s review section We Walk the Line wrote:
“So proud to get 5* Review in the first print edition of @PioneersPost #coffeewithaconscience #buysocial”.
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In 2020 we decided to fully focus on our digital content, and for the foreseeable future we are no longer producing a quarterly print magazine.
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