The WISE100 (Women in Social Enterprise 100), created in partnership with NatWest, is the first ever index to recognise and celebrate inspiring and influential women in social enterprise, impact investment and mission-driven business.
Birdsong clothes are all made by women facing barriers to employment. Co-founders Sarah Slater and Sophie Neville – listed on the WISE100 and among Forbes' 30 under 30 social entrepreneurs – tell us what makes them tick.
Embracing diversity means addressing more than just gender imbalances – the social enterprise space needs to start taking note of who we're excluding. A conversation with Dr Pragya Agarwal on the sidelines of the WISE100 launch.
Design Council CEO Sarah Weir had a career in finance before taking on several influential roles in the arts. On the sidelines of our WISE100 event, she tells us why she believes in 'sharing the stage' with other women.