Logistics knowledge, problem-solving abilities and legal expertise are all key in relief efforts. As the war in Ukraine continues, will more entrepreneurs answer the call to make a bigger, bolder difference to the world, asks Carrie Santos.
Pioneers Post's Laura Joffre reports from a long-awaited and high-profile gathering on Europe's social economy – where the "guest of honour" makes a powerful appeal for solidarity. Plus, this week's top stories.
Ukrainian Social Academy board member says war has “hurt” – but not destroyed – the nation’s long history of business with a social mission. Now, it needs support to help create jobs for displaced Ukrainians.
At the Future of Europe conference in Strasbourg, Yolanda Díaz commits to making social economy a priority, while French secretary of state Olivia Grégoire says the sector shows "a path forward" for the reinvention of Europe.
Organisation behind B Corp certification issues moratorium on companies operating in Russia or Belarus, saying situation raises “very significant questions” for good business movement, and that other crises deserved similar attention.
In the first few days of Ukraine’s defence of its country against Russia, the country’s social entrepreneurs have mobilised their networks and skills. We speak to one of them as she directs urgent support for refugees from her home in Kyiv.
Cheers! Edinburgh's first social enterprise pub opens, a Hollywood actor joins in the birthday celebrations of Welsh social enterprise Toogoodtowaste and in Ukraine the first social enterprise dedicated to preventing human trafficking opens its doors.