In the second Black Cab interview, former minister for equalities in the House of Lords Baroness Glenys Thornton reflects on her career and considers the challenges facing social enterprises in the UK.
CEO of disruptive asset management firm Alquity and co-founder of One Water Paul Robinson explains why responsible investing and investing in the people at the bottom of the pyramid makes business sense.
Foundations have the capacity to play a crucial role in developing the social enterprise market. It's time they maximised this potential to catalyse lasting change, argue Danyal Sattar and Chris Dadson.
Three social ventures working in the energy, youth and recidivism sectors have been named winners of the first Stephen Lloyd awards, founded in memory of the renowned charity and social enterprise lawyer.
Jim Clifford urges social ventures to form more networks in order to multiply their collective impact. It’s not about removing competition, but it is time to develop healthier competitive relationships.