With the support of Bertha Centre and LeadSA, the Social Enterprise Academy joined an insightful group of thought-leaders to explore key concepts and experiences relating to social enterprise in this five-part podcast series.
Though the term 'social enterprise' may still be new to many people, the concept has existed for years - supporting countries across the world to sustainably deliver impactful solutions in their communities.
Hosted by Sibongile Mafu and Bame Modungwa, this free five-part podcast shares useful insights that may guide you on your own journey to sustainability.
Episode One: Building a Social Enterprise
Explore the dynamic concept of social enterprise and the potential value it could have within local communities. Gain insights into the journeys of two successful social enterprises, Libromat and Silulo Ulotho Technologies.
Episode Two: Identifying Income-Generating Activities
Discover how income generation can support the resilience of NPos and their social impact, and uncover practical models to enable organisations to enable these activities.
Episode Three: Change Leadership and Intentionality
Transitioning into more income-generating models can have a real impact on an organisational culture. Gain insight into successfully leading change and the challenges that may arise.
Episode Four: Pathways to Funding
Strengthen your understanding of marketing and finance principles. Learn from useful experiences of Bertha Centre and Redbull Amaphiko.
Episode Five: Social Enterprise Planning
Unpack interesting perspectives on ‘systems change’ and recognise the impact of your potential social enterprise as it grows and develops into a thriving, successful venture.
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