How Wedu, a social enterprise, is helping empower women across Asia
Measuring social impact is an increasingly important activity for social enterprises. Expert Komal Faiz offers 3 design tools to help you do it right.
In a review of a new documentary on Mister Rogers and his PBS program, Elisa Birnbaum looks back on the man who epitomized kindness and his impact on children and adults alike
Generating both profits and purpose is a tricky balance. Expert Dusty Staub offers these steps to help you achieve meaning in your work
How one woman is helping Syrian refugee women earn a living by creating handmade jewelry and accessories that are sold worldwide.
With so many definitions and variations of “social enterprise”, we break it down for you to help you answer the ultimate question: am I running a social enterprise?
How Aimia’s annual event helps organizations enhance their impact
In a crowded marketplace — where almost every brand speaks to its “authentic” credentials — how do you actively convey integrity in a way that matters to buyers?
We report from a recent youth-focused conference for the next generation of social entrepreneurs
The Second Annual Youth Innovation Summit brought 14 young social entrepreneurs from across Canada to Parliament Hill to share their innovative ideas on how to address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
From British Columbia to Colombia: First Nations share conservation lessons from the Great Bear Rainforest
Brodie Guy reports from a trip to Colombia to discuss Indigenous-led and permanently financed approaches to conservation in the Lungs of the Earth
How this social entrepreneur is revolutionizing the mental health industry in Western Australia
We speak with Bill Drayton of Ashoka who founded the organization upon the belief that the most powerful force for good in the world is a social entrepreneur.
How one artist is turning weapons into messages of peace and hope
How a coffee company is bringing equality to women coffee farmers
How one social entrepreneur is turning waste into resources, bringing dignity, sanitation and job opportunities to Haiti
Celebrating 20 years of building the social enterprise movement, we speak with Carla Javits of REDF
One social entrepreneur is empowering artists living with homelessness or disabilities through the sale of their artwork
SEE Change publisher & editor Elisa Birnbaum releases a new book highlighting social entrepreneurs.
In the Business of Change profiles social entrepreneurs who are tackling social and environmental challenges in their communities and across the globe. Learn More