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So we measured our social impact in terms of hard data and this is what we found: Between 2010 to date SEED has earned $1.375 Million in income (Excluding funding, this is from providing commercially competitive services). Employed 56 people … Continue reading →
Here’s a one minute corporate video put together by Anya Lim. Thanks Anya!
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 →
You can listen to my interview on social enterprise and SEED here
As a social entrepreneur I lead a small social enterprise in Brisbane Australia, we employ 12 people most of whom have been long term unemployed and disadvantaged in the traditional labour market; this may be because they have a disability, … Continue reading →
SEED are an apolitical enterprise, we welcome visitors from all sides of politics. This photo features Karen – SEED staff, Russ – SEED Op’s Supervisor, The Hon Wayne Swan MP, and Me – Steve – SEED Business Manager