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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 →
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 →
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.
I lead SEED a business for a social purpose; creating employment for long term unemployed people. We do this by providing services in commercial landscape maintenance, residential gardening, and commercial cleaning. When I took on the role as the first … Continue reading →
This postcard sums up what we do: We are only in business for the social purpose of employing disadvantaged job seekers, and use the profits for good. Makes you want to go to work in the mornings and create social … Continue reading →
Last night I went to a Sandgate Business Meetup where ten “inspiring” entrepreneurs told their stories. Most of the stories revolved around wealth creation, living in homes on the foreshore and selling their businesses for millions of dollars. I sat … Continue reading →