"Few organisations are geared up to know if they are creating as much social value as they can with the resources they have" – Jeremy Nicholls argues that better is not good enough, it's time to start optimising social value creation.
Is bigger always better? Do smaller charities need to start thinking more about growth in order to increase their social impact? David Bull from NPC takes on one of the most contentious issues in the charity sector – scale.
“There will never be enough investment, so it’s our task to get as much as possible from the investment that is available and make it go further than ever before,” explains the CEO of UK-based First Ark Group.
In her latest column for Pioneers Post, accidental social entrepreneur Helen Trevaskis recalls the lessons she's learnt over "these last (many and tortuous) months" spent trying to create the perfect business plan.
Female entrepreneurship was up for debate at UnLtd's Big Social in London, UK this week. Does the social investment sector do enough to support women social entrepreneurs or is it failing to embrace 21st century demands?
People under the age of 40 are more likely to invest ethically, finds new research from the UK, a one-stop social enterprise resource centre is set up in Singapore and multinational corporates are urged to invest in education.