Social Enterprise is changing
Social entrepreneurs in all their guises are seeking to increase their impact as a growing movement of multinationals look beyond their immediate bottom line and see value in creating meaningful social business at scale and more NGOs look to social business as a model of sustainability.
At the convergence of these worlds, collaboration and innovation thrive, resulting in scalable social business that delivers social change and profit in equal measure.
We are developing Social Enterprise magazine in response to this trend.
What’s on offer for our members?
• Inspiring news and stories from across the world of social innovation
• Select analysis from those at the forefront of the field
• Trend-analysis and intelligence to help those who do social business do it better
• A network of change-makers, learning from each other to improve their efficacy and impact
We have taken the bold decision to move away from our print format and to put our resources, energy and passion into developing our online magazine. But we're not leaving print forever - we'll be producing a series of printed specialist publications and reports for our members.
Forthcoming publications for members include:
Making it Count – the social enterprise guide to accounting for value
The RBS SE100 growth index report 2010/11. Provides the key statistics and stories from the UK’s fastest growing social businesses.
All our great content that went into the printed magazine is available to our members online.
Sign up now for an annual membership for only £45.
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