How to lead an effective and happy team, even in difficult times? In this episode, Tim West talks to Do It Now Now founder Bayo Adelaja and Clear Voice CEO Sadie Visick along with Buzzacott's Sarah Dalton.
SOCIAL BUSINESS SPRINT: Tax and VAT might not be the fizziest subjects in social business – but getting things right is important and can also work in your favour: for example, by taking advantage of tax reliefs when you go for investment.
SOCIAL BUSINESS SPRINT #3: Running a social venture can be a super-complex juggling act. Where should you focus your attention? From managing your money, to developing the company culture – find out which six things to prioritise.
SOCIAL BUSINESS SPRINT #2: Delivering positive social impact is what all social ventures are focused on – but it won't happen unless you are clear on what you aim to change, how to deliver it and how you are going to measure your success.
SOCIAL BUSINESS SPRINT #1: How can you strengthen your social venture for an uncertain future? Take just three minutes to watch these expert tips: from forecasting, to mergers, to harnessing your disruptive spirit as a social entrepreneur.
VIDEO & PODCAST: How does a social business deal with uncertainty? And after that, how do you know what impact you are making? In part 3, social entrepreneur Louisa Ziane and advisor Eddie Finch call for honesty, transparency and imagination.
VIDEO & PODCAST: In episode 2 of our Fit for the Future video & podcast series, craft beer social entrepreneur Louisa Ziane shares her recipe for turning money (and surplus bread) into mission, with Buzzacott's Eddie Finch and Pioneers Post's Tim West.
VIDEO & PODCAST: In this first episode of our series on running a fit social business, Pioneers Post host Tim West quizzes social entrepreneur Louisa Ziane of Toast Ale and expert Eddie Finch from Buzzacott accountants on four key 'Ms' to get right.
“The future comes very, very quickly.” Podcast guests Tej Dhami and Zoe Portlock on why a social enterprise's longevity means much, much more than dusty risk registers – and why current ways of working may put the wider movement itself at risk.