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Steve Benger, Managing Partner, AccelerusLearning from family businesses
Steve Benger, Managing Partner, Accelerus (26-Oct-2015)
Family-run businesses are amongst the biggest and most successful in the world - what can we learn from them?
Peter Holbrook, Chief Executive of Social Enterprise UKBusiness must be socially responsible to succeed
Peter Holbrook, Chief Executive of Social Enterprise UK (11-Sep-2014)
People value businesses with a strong ethical and community focus. Every product and service you buy has a social or environmental impact, so why not make it a good one?
Phi Coelho, Management ConsultantBuilding a social business - a new guide
Phi Coelho, Management Consultant (13-Mar-2014)
An overview of things that make our workplaces more social and the 8 levers managers can use to sculpt a social workplace
Jackie Jenks, Senior Manager Enterprise Mentoring, Lloyds BaMentoring for SMEs
Jackie Jenks, Senior Manager Enterprise Mentoring, Lloyds Ba (03-Feb-2014)
Mentoring is a useful way of providing entrepreneurs with access to support and information from skilled and experienced industry professionals - resources for SMEs
Jackie Jenks, Senior Manager Enterprise Mentoring, LloydsMentoring helps digital entrepreneur succeed
Jackie Jenks, Senior Manager Enterprise Mentoring, Lloyds (16-Jan-2014)
Launching your own business is a daunting process, but a mentor gives additional help and support
Noa Burger, Corporate Responsibility, City of LondonCSR in the City - a New Year resolution
Noa Burger, Corporate Responsibility, City of London (06-Jan-2014)
At the start of the New Year, businesses should engage in year-round volunteering schemes with somewhat neglected charity sectors
Ed Mayo, SG, Co-operatives UKBritain's broken markets are failing consumers
Ed Mayo, SG, Co-operatives UK (30-Dec-2013)
Markets are broken and more than half of consumers feel they have little or no control over what they buy in 5 of the 7 markets that are most fundamental to the cost of living
Russell Hall, Co-founder, HailoSick children, an App and taxis - CSR takes to the streets
Russell Hall, Co-founder, Hailo (04-Oct-2013)
London cabs have always been famous for their CSR - since long before the concept even existed. The Rainbow Trust is the latest to benefit - supported by Hailo
Mark Stokes, MD, Mid Markets, Lloyds Banking GroupBritain's brightest businesses
Mark Stokes, MD, Mid Markets, Lloyds Banking Group (20-Sep-2013)
As the economy gathers momentum, the UK’s innovative SMEs will continue to play a critical role in getting us back to a sustainable footing, through exports, investment and job creation
Annika Small, CEO of Nominet TrustThe UK’s most promising social ventures
Annika Small, CEO of Nominet Trust (11-Sep-2013)
If we are going to have any chance of solving our society’s pressing problems, we need to come together like never before across traditional sectors and disciplines
Peter Holbrook, CEO, Social Enterprise UKCharity to social enterprise: lack of business skills and finance
Peter Holbrook, CEO, Social Enterprise UK (31-May-2013)
Charities feel held back by lack of business skills, poor access to finance and trustee scepticism - enterprise is a skill that those in charities will increasingly need
Angela Schlenkhoff-Hus, Development Manager, CSVEmployee volunteering - community and company benefits
Angela Schlenkhoff-Hus, Development Manager, CSV (03-May-2013)
CSR strategies are moving away from practical team volunteering tasks to include skills-based volunteering, but employers need to support their staff to do this
City of London Dragon AwardsSMEs and CSR - the Dragon is coming
City of London Dragon Awards (12-Apr-2013)
The real business benefits of CSR - staff retention, a more motivated workforce, better procurement options are particularly relevant to SMEs
John Minhinick, President, Rotary InternationalSMEs fail to realise business value of community relations
John Minhinick, President, Rotary International (05-Nov-2012)
SMEs are missing a trick when it comes to supporting the local community - increases staff morale and makes business more attractive to customers and employees
Millie Banerjee, Chairman, Working LinksEmployment should be the focus of CSR
Millie Banerjee, Chairman, Working Links (23-Oct-2012)
Helping people from disadvantaged groups into work is not only the right thing to do, it also enhances customers’ and employees’ perceptions of a business and good CSR strategy
Social Entrepreneurs Programme, Lloyds BankRewarding social entrepreneurs helping local communities
Social Entrepreneurs Programme, Lloyds Bank (27-Sep-2012)
In times of severe economic constraints, it's crucial we recognise and encourage social innovation - providing radical solutions to some long-term community issues
Tracey Rawling-Church, KyoceraBillions are being thrown in the bin
Tracey Rawling-Church, Kyocera (20-Aug-2012)
The average UK worker is printing 6000 sheets of paper every year and, staggeringly, 4000 end up in the bin. How does that affect the bottom line?
David Wooton, Lord Mayor of LondonThe Lord Mayor traces the 25 year development of Corporate Community Involvement
David Wooton, Lord Mayor of London (30-Mar-2012)
Partnerships of businesses and community organisations are vital to the development and overall wellbeing of our society
Gary NewboroughSocial responsibility - good business sense
Gary Newborough (07-Mar-2011)
Social responsibility can contribute to improving and sustaining financial performance
Gary NewboroughSocial responsibility - good business sense
Gary Newborough (07-Mar-2011)
Social responsibility can contribute to improving and sustaining financial performance

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Harinder MannEnlightened enterprise
Harinder Mann
The potential for businesses to advance social causes as an integral, rather than peripheral, part of their strategy for growth


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