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Monthly Archives: July 2013
Wendy Love today launched her new enterprise, Goodworks.net.au providing stories from the non-profit world. SEED was featured as one of the first articles. Good luck to Wendy on her new venture! When social entrepreneur Steve Williams left his community development … Continue reading →
Check out the latest enews from School for Social Entrepreneurs and read about the enterprise I lead, SEED. There’s lots of news about inspiring social entrepreneurs around Australia and little bit about the mentoring I receive: SSE matches its students … Continue reading →
This might not be a social enterprise or then again it might, but developing a cardboard bike would revolutionise the world. Why do governments continue to fund the poisonous financial disaster that is the car industry and not incredible entrepreneurs … Continue reading →
Your Farm is a community farm aiming to grow fruit and vegetables in and for the communities of Sandgate and Brighton Queensland. I went to their working bee today and helped mulch and turn the compost piles. Your Farm is … Continue reading →
left to right – Steve Williams Manager, Anya Lim Sales and Marketing, Chris Leonard Horticulturalist We are attract the best people, with great talent and huge hearts to SEED and for this I am grateful.
Tackling unemployment through social enterprise Steve Williams is an employer with a difference, providing jobs for people who otherwise have trouble finding work. Lifting locals out of poverty Mr Williams says a simple job often makes the biggest difference to … Continue reading →
You can listen to my interview on social enterprise and SEED here