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Brisbane's High Potential Social Enterprises Join Impact Boom's Elevate+ Accelerator Program To Tackle Social & Environmental Issues

Impact Boom has welcomed a high potential group of 15 diverse social enterprises into the Elevate+ Accelerator Program in Brisbane. The enterprises, led by a group of passionate, purpose-led entrepreneurs, are tackling an array of pressing community issues both locally and internationally. Keep your eyes on this cohort as they work hard to maximise their impact!

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Improving Micro-Volunteering; Key Factors For Your Social Enterprise To Consider

What factors would come into play if you were to explore introducing micro-volunteering successfully in your social enterprise? In this guest blog post, Elevate+ Alumni, Michael Mersiades of Chatloop, takes a look at five factors that might be contributing to his social enterprise’s high volunteer retention rates.

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Five Female Founders Feature Impact Enterprises At Pitch For Good Parramatta

On Episode 113 of Impact Boom, we hear from five passionate female founders who share their ideas to tackle community issues, whilst launching their crowdfunding campaigns at Pitch for Good in Parramatta. We also hear from StartSomeGood founder Tom Dawkins and David Moutou of City of Parramatta, who shares the council’s experience working in the social procurement space.

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40 Key Highlights & Insights From Speakers & Delegates At The Social Enterprise World Forum In Edinburgh

On Episode 108 of Impact Boom, 40 speakers and delegates from around the globe share key themes, trends and insights into social enterprise which emerged from an energetic SEWF global gathering of 1400 delegates from 47 countries in Scotland.

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What Can We Learn From Scotland's Thriving Social Enterprise Movement?

In the lead up to this year's Social Enterprise World Forum in Edinburgh, we're shining a spotlight on the key factors which have led to a thriving social enterprise movement in Scotland. What can we all learn from Scotland's approach to tackling community issues and building a social enterprising economy?

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