The NatWest WISE100 (Women in Social Enterprise 100) is a platform connecting women in the space, enabling them to learn from and inspire each other, discover collaboration opportunities and ultimately increase their social impact.
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.
Find your ‘sit-spot’, go barefoot, bring nature into your home – expert tips to get maximum physical and mental health benefits from the great outdoors, from social entrepreneur and WISE100 nominee Nat Mady.
How can social enterprises get contracts with corporate and other clients as part of an ethical supply chain? Start with these five expert tips from Aoise Keogan-Nooshabadi, co-founder of Supply Change. Part two in our special WISE100 webinar.
How can social businesses make sure their suppliers aren't letting them down on social and environmental impact? Jo Salter, founder of ethical brand Where Does it Come From, shares expert tips in part one of our recent NatWest WISE100 webinar.
Exceptional times call for exceptional leadership. The women named on this year’s WISE Inspiration List show how swift, smart decisions can sustain a business while protecting employees and beneficiaries.