Taking the temperature of UK social enterprises before the Covid-19 crisis: It may seem like a different time – but just over six months ago, the UK’s top social enterprises were looking ahead to times of growth and success.
How do you build an ethical offering in the cutthroat world of workspace? We meet Conrad Peberdy, raised amid rainforests and now at the top of the tree at one of the UK’s leading social businesses, Ethical Property.
Covid-19 restrictions could be a chance to overhaul all those niggling issues in the ‘restaurant’ of your life. Episode three of ‘Kitchen Nightmare, Lockdown Edition’ asks: which customers will you invite back once you re-open for business?
Covid-19 restrictions could be the chance you never knew you needed to overhaul all those niggling issues in the ‘restaurant’ of your life. Katherine Burnard presents the Kitchen Nightmare episode that asks tough questions about your values.
A Rio de Janeiro engineer – whose speedily-designed portable sinks allow workers and homeless people to wash their hands – on raising eyebrows as an all-female construction team and the 'rollercoaster of emotions' under Covid-19.
Pushing for an economy that works for all is a cause we can all get behind. But is it time for the social enterprise movement to move on from trying to influence from the inside, and start fighting harder from the outside?