Our final Chain Reaction interview in the run-up to the Social Enterprise World Forum, Zambian Likumbi Kapihya talks to Sabrina Chakori in Australia about why it takes courage and a 'bit of crazy' to pursue impact as well as profit.
The latest participants in this year’s SEWF Chain Reaction series – from Ethiopia and Sweden – discuss how to get the message of social enterprise across as well as discovering that they work in similar ways with children and grassroots organisations.
The transition from NGO to social enterprise can be tough – but staying focused on the change you bring to people’s lives keeps you going, agree the first participants in this year's SEWF Chain Reaction series.
Ailsa Clark and Adrian Appo are both helping people from marginalised communities get good jobs, but one is working in Scotland and one in Australia. Ahead of the Social Enterprise World Forum, they chat about global challenges.
Over a dubious Skype connection from Washington DC to Addis Ababa, two entrepreneurs discuss what it takes to start a social enterprise, and what gives them hope at a "scary" time for global politics...