Ed Archer of the SENDirect consortium (nine of the UK’s most prominent disability charities) shares her experience and learning on Social Enterprise, innovation, risk aversion and collaborative design.
Chris Wright, CEO of Catch 22 talks about Social Enterprise projects, his “mixed” experience of the outsourcing of the Probation Service, and the future of public sector services.
Mark Lever, CEO of The National Autistic Society talks about the sector’s most pressing challenges, and how business thinking is becoming increasingly important to its future survival
Why large organisations find it hard to create an innovative, entrepreneurial culture, and what you can do in your organisation to create the culture you need to succeed
How can charities develop a more commercial and professional culture without selling out? The third sector generates over half of its income from selling goods and services, but as markets […]
What would you do with an extra million pounds in surplus? With tightening funding environments, more and more charities are looking at how commercial activity can provide profitable, sustainable income […]