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.
Laura Walker and Kate Smith, joint directors of Memory Matters SW, on why experience isn’t everything, training prisoners in dementia care – and why being sisters-in-law makes for a healthy (social) business relationship.
Andrea Gamson, co-founder of _SocialStarters and WISE100 Women’s Champion award-winner, on surviving the 2004 tsunami, booking in ‘monk days’ for her mental health, and plugging the skills gap in social enterprise.
Teresa Reynolds doesn't want young people to grow up struggling with the same self-esteem issues she did. We discover how her social enterprise is using makeup training to help people open up about how they feel about themselves.
How can social entrepreneurs adopt campaigning strategies to achieve their social mission? Glasgow's women in social enterprise – including Hey Girls' Celia Hodson – on thinking outside the box and efforts to reach ‘normal folk’.