Social enterprise iWorker is thriving as it helps Latin Americans and Africans earn a fair wage working remotely for firms overseas – and Venezuelan co-founder Enrique Yervez knows first-hand how valuable that opportunity can be.
Supermarket chain launches investigation, MP raises issue of “unpaid wages” in Parliament, leading social entrepreneur calls for more “teeth” for accreditations – but Clarity claims its ethos of supporting people with disabilities remains.
As Joe Biden takes over as US president – and takes on a daunting to-do list – the US Impact Investing Alliance’s Fran Seegull shares three ways investors can play their part in building an equitable, resilient future.
Social investors backing health and social care businesses see themselves as key partners – much more than just ‘bankers in sandals’ – as Covid-19 pressures refuse to abate. Catch up in the latest webinar from Pioneers Post and Good Finance.
How do you distribute £800m – announced recently as part of the planned expansion of the UK's Dormant Assets Scheme – for maximum social impact? Nick Temple, CEO of the Social Investment Business, has three suggestions.
The director of ING Netherlands Foundation on teaming up with the country’s largest bank to tackle digital exclusion, how a parent company’s value goes far beyond cash – and why overhead costs shouldn’t be a dirty word.
Social enterprise secures new EU funding to help 500 migrant and refugee entrepreneurs ‘thrive’ in the West of England and the West Midlands – as Covid-19 spotlights ‘massive need’ for specialised business support.
Using ‘dumb’ phones to make children smarter may sound counter-intuitive, but Eneza Education is proving that SMS-based learning is the best way to reach pupils in remote and low-income communities in four African countries.