Bite-sized stories this week from the impact economy around the world: ups and downs in Europe's social enterprise movement, Omidyar's latest spinout, Malaysian businesses get new accrediation, new appointments and a sad departure.
Social entrepreneurs may acknowledge there’s a crisis unfolding, but that doesn’t mean there’s a clear path ahead for how they should respond. Are they falling short – or does the responsibility lie elsewhere?
Managing director of the School for Social Entrepreneurs – and NatWest WISE100 nominee – Nicola Steuer on changing career, growing a 20-something year-old charity, and how inclusivity is never a job done.
"Social enterprise can democratise much of Britain, precisely because it can shift power from the elite to the marginalised." Alastair Wilson, CEO of the School for Social Entrepreneurs, reflects on the idea of meritocracy.