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Crunch Time 2011

Lina Caneva, Thursday, 19th May 2011 -   
Applications are now open for THE CRUNCH 2011 – an opportunity to develop a detailed business plan and pitch for investment to get a social enterprise idea off the ground.

Call to Corporate Australia to Help Address Women’s Homelessness

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 14th April 2011 -  Australian of the Year Simon McKeon at the Big Issue event. One of Australia’s best known social enterprises, The Big Issue magazine, has thrust the issue of women’s…

Australian Social Enterprise Stories

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 7th April 2011 -  The Centre for Social Impact and Parramatta City Council in NSW have launched ‘Australian Social Enterprises: Stories of Challenge’, a new book which aim to share learning…


Social Enterprises: Plan Your Work…then…Work Your Plan

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 9th March 2011 -  Like any business venture, success in social enterprise is the result of a combination of good planning and good luck.  Going through a rigorous business planning process reduces

Spotlight on Social Enterprise – Fair Food with CERES

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 2nd March 2011 -  A new social enterprise is providing organic, sustainable fruit and vegetables to homes and businesses across Melbourne – and educating consumers about important issues…

Melbourne’s Social Entrepreneur of the Year

Staff Reporter, Monday, 21st February 2011 -  Laura Egan’s work in promoting and supporting grassroots microenterprise development in remote Aboriginal communities across Australia has seen her named as Melbourne…

Mapping Social Enterprise in Tasmania

Staff Reporter, Monday, 21st February 2011 -  A joint initiative between the Tasmanian Government and University of Tasmania will study social enterprise on the Apple Isle. The Tasmanian Social Enterprise Study is a stock-take…


Community Benefit Clause Signals New Opportunities For Social Enterprises

Staff Reporter, Friday, 11th February 2011 -  The introduction of community benefit clauses into the tendering process for new buildings has great potential for Not for Profit organisations and social enterprises, according

Social Innovation Alive and Well in Australia

Staff Reporter, Friday, 11th February 2011 -   
Above : The Finalists from left: John Burn – Many Rivers Opportunities; Alex Shead – Fair Business; Shakthi Sivanathan – CuriousWorks; Benny Callaghan

Tag Your Cause – Literally!

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 8th February 2011 -  Limited edition luggage tags, sold in support of worthy causes, are the unusual focus of an Australian Social Enterprise website called The enterprise has been…

Social Procurement in Australia

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 9th December 2010 -  A new national report examines how Not for Profit organisations, governments and corporations can use their purchasing power and procurement processes to generate positive social…

Indigenous Internships Open Doors to Corporate Australia

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 25th November 2010 -  A new Indigenous Internship Program called CareerTrackers is having some early success at placing talented Indigenous students in some of Australia’s leading companies,…
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