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Podcast: How to Social Enterprise – Scale

Ellie Cooper, Tuesday, 14th February 2017 -  Social entrepreneurs may dream of changing the world, but to make a dent in the most pressing social and environmental issues, they need to achieve scale. Find out how in the final episode

STREAT CEO Wins Entrepreneur Award

Ellie Cooper, Wednesday, 2nd November 2016 -  Rebecca Scott, CEO and co-founder of Melbourne-based social enterprise STREAT, which aims all to stop youth homelessness and disadvantage, has won the 2016 EY Entrepreneurs of

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Passion and a Plan for PR Success

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 16th July 2014 -  The role of public exposure in the development of social enterprises and Not for Profits cannot be underestimated, according to STREAT CEO Rebecca Scott. The role of public exposure…

Impact Investment the Word on the STREAT

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 12th February 2014 -  The site of a former brothel loaned to Melbourne social enterprise STREAT at five dollars per year for the next 50 years has enabled the youth homelessness organisation to build on

STREAT CEO Wins Social Ventures Scholarship

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 18th June 2013 -  Melbourne social enterprise entrepreneur, Rebecca Scott has won a Harvard scholarship through her work as CEO and co-founder of hospitality training entity STREAT. The award,…

Changemakers – Rebecca Scott

Staff Reporter, Monday, 6th February 2012 -  Rebecca Scott is a former scientist turned youth homelessness advocate. Her journey began when she worked at KOTO, in Vietnam, helping to train street kids to work in cafes. Bec brought
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