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Tara Anderson is head of marketing at Social Traders and a director and co-founder at The Dragonfly Collective.

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Making for-purpose business, business as usual – Part four

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Tara Anderson, Monday, 13th December 2021 -  In the final part of their four part series, Tara Anderson and Andrew Curtis of The Dragonfly Collective look at how to balance your model, and why collaboration is crucial.

Making for-purpose business, business as usual – Part three

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Tara Anderson, Monday, 6th December 2021 -  In the third of a four part series, Tara Anderson and Andrew Curtis of The Dragonfly Collective encourage you to think about who your customers are and what you offer them.

They said it would never catch on – but social enterprise is here to stay

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Tara Anderson, Tuesday, 30th November 2021 -  Tara Anderson and Bella Borello from Social Traders explain why now is the time to raise the curtain on social enterprise and show the world that business for good can, and should, be business as usual.

Making for-purpose business, business as usual – Part two

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Tara Anderson, Monday, 15th November 2021 -  In the second of a four part series, Tara Anderson and Andrew Curtis of The Dragonfly Collective look at how to create your strategic architecture.

Making for-purpose business, business as usual – Part one

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Tara Anderson, Monday, 8th November 2021 -  In the first of a four part series, Tara Anderson and Andrew Curtis of The Dragonfly Collective get to the heart of for-purpose business models.

Four opportunities for the for-purpose sector – Reflections on seven years in Europe

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Tara Anderson, Wednesday, 9th June 2021 -  Dr Andrew Curtis and Tara Anderson share what they have learnt from seven years in Europe and a year back in Australia about the opportunities for the for-purpose sector.

Never a better time to come home to the Australian social enterprise sector

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Tara Anderson, Wednesday, 2nd September 2020 -  Tara Anderson on what she noticed about Australia’s social enterprise sector when she returned home from the UK and why she is so optimistic about the opportunities that lie ahead.

Reimagining your social enterprise business model post COVID-19: The seven steps

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Tara Anderson, Wednesday, 20th May 2020 -  What should you consider when pivoting or building a social enterprise business model? Tara Anderson shares some tools and tips, in the last in a three part-series.

Reimagining your social enterprise business model post COVID-19: The 16 social enterprise model types

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Tara Anderson, Sunday, 10th May 2020 -  Tara Anderson explains the different social enterprise model types to spark ideas about how your business model might shift in response to COVID-19, in the second in a three-part series.

Reimagining your social enterprise business model post COVID-19: The why and what

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Tara Anderson, Friday, 1st May 2020 -  As we rebuild our economic system, we need social enterprises more than ever. But if we’re going to see more of them, we have to understand the business models that make them work, writes Tara Anderson, in the first in a three-part series.

What can collective impact offer? Part two: ways to make it work

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Tara Anderson, Thursday, 5th September 2019 -  While collective impact may seem like a “codification of common sense” (to quote West London Zone’s CEO), in practice there are many complexities to navigate. In the second of a two-part series, Tara Anderson explores what makes it work and what gets in the way. 

What can collective impact offer? Part one: the challenge

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Tara Anderson, Monday, 2nd September 2019 -  The most entrenched social challenges of our times will only be solved when people and organisations work together – across sectors, across borders and across cultures (local and global). But while people and organisations have been collaborating for years in many different forms, there has been less embedding of frameworks that enable collaboration to generate significant impact. Collective imp
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