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Monthly Archives: June 2014
Last week as a result of SEED winning Small Social Enterprise of the Year I was interviewed on ABC Radio National’s Life Matters program, which as a long time listener of the show was a great experience. Listen here: Today … Continue reading →
SEED have won the Social Enterprise of the Year – Small award! I accepted the award last week in Melbourne at an event organised by Social Traders at PwC Southbank. We employ previously long-term unemployed people in Brisbane to deliver … Continue reading →
This week I was interviewed on a Radio 4BC in Brisbane about social enterprise. You can read the story and listen here. 4BC Presenter Patrick Condren and me in the studio Clarification SEED are finalists in #socialenterprise awards. Winners are … Continue reading →