Corporate social impact isn't always easy to piece together, especially when you're tightly tied to a commercial firm. So how does Ikea Social Entrepreneurship – seemingly at high risk of undermining its 'impact integrity' – stay true to its purpose?
Innovative companies and their corporate social investors are demonstrating a new, collective approach to impact – one that might just drive a shift in how big firms use their wealth, expertise and influence to “do good”.
See behind the scenes of two of Ikea’s social enterprise partnerships as they reveal what goes on in creating products for the global home furnishing giant – and the real-life challenges of being a social enterprise supplier, at the EVPA conference.
There are approximately 60 million displaced refugees across the globe, of which roughly 3.5 million live in temporary transit camps. They need shelter. Swedish social enterprise Better Shelter is here to help.