The NatWest WISE100 (Women in Social Enterprise 100) supports women in social enterprise, impact investing and mission driven business to learn from, inspire, connect and collaborate with each other, and ultimately increase their social impact.
WISE Ways to Lead: How can you use your professional experience and networks to make a difference to refugees? Top tips and resources from social enterprises Breadwinners and The Entrepreneurial Refugee Network.
The WISE100 Star of the Future hates public speaking – but instead of holding her back, her fear led to creating a venture that helps other young people to gain speaking confidence. Laura North shares the pivotal moments that led to this year's award.
"Screw this, I'm going to Armenia." Architect-turned-social entrepreneur Alice Moxley shares the pivotal moments in her career: from a stint in a carpet factory in the southern Caucasus, to the conversations that sparked a new venture.
We asked four women from our WISE100 network to choose a moment that shaped them. Watch the head of pro bono at Hogan Lovells as she shares a dramatic story of crisis, collaboration and rescue before a live audience in London.
We tasked four women from our WISE100 network to choose just one moment that mattered in their career as a social impact leader. Watch UnLtd's Mathu Jeyaloganathan share her story before a live audience in London.
Who's made the final for the UK's Women in Social Enterprise Awards? The Social Business Leader of the Year, Environmental Champion, Social Investment Champion and Star of the Future for 2022 will be revealed on 18 March.
Who's in the top 100? The annual NatWest WISE100 recognises the most inspiring and influential women in social enterprise, impact investment and mission-driven business – and the 2022 list is announced today.
Social enterprises need to go beyond their comfort zone and actively involve grassroots groups in their work. Bayile Adeoti and Bayo Adelaja share tips on how to get started in our latest WISE Ways to Lead webinar.