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Monthly Archives: September 2013
Thank you Cameron Burgess at Uncompromise for continuing to post excellent and thought provoking articles I say this again and again to my staff, if we are not running a great sustainable business we will not be able to employ … Continue reading →
Here’s a great piece by Wendy Love from Goodworks, on the launch of the Queensland Social Enterprise Council. A new partnership on social enterprise launched in Brisbane today. The Queensland Social Enterprise Council (QSEC) is “the first council of its … Continue reading →
Today was a momentous day in the development of the social enterprise sector in Queensland, in fact in Australia as a whole. Today we launched the Queensland Social Enterprise Council (QSEC) at Queensland University of Technology’s Centre for Philanthropy and … Continue reading →
Social entrepreneur and raconteur Robert Pekin of Food Connect featured in an article in the Courier Mail’s QWeekend magazine on Queensland being a world leader in organic farming. ONE OF THE GREAT VISIONARIES OF ORGANICS and sustainable communities, Robert Pekin, … Continue reading →
Billy Bragg said this on Brisbane radio last week. I’m a social entrepreneur as a form of social activism.
At the Growing SEED’s of Change Campaign Launch John spoke briefly (and quietly) about how working for SEED helped him gain the confidence to start his own business. This is the beauty of the social enterprise model, people who may … Continue reading →
Here’s a one minute corporate video put together by Anya Lim. Thanks Anya!