You’ve spent years studying at University, landed your dream job shortly after and spent the next few years advancing through the corporate ladder. Now what? Why not work for something that you truly believe in, place value in and do your bit to help change or create a positive social impact. Seeking an opportunity to do something more meaningful in your everyday life resonates with a vast majority; they’ve come to the realisation that they want more out of life and are in a position to give back to their community and beyond those boundaries.
If you are a budding Social Entrepreneur or are passionate about a business that creates impact why not apply now for the One10 Capacity Building Programs kicking off early 2018. Applications close 5th January 2018.
“There are a range of ways the private sector can contribute to the SDGs – through responsible business operations, new business models, investment, innovation and technology, and collaboration,” Alice Cope, UN GCNA.
Does it feel like new information is coming at you all the time and you’re constantly struggling to catch up? Someone is always an expert and it’s hard to know how they manage to do it when you feel like you’re constantly one or two releases behind. Explore some ideas from our tips below to always be on top of your field
Professional networking events can feel like drudgery, even to an extrovert. They’re often at the end of long days, or even in the middle of a long day full of phone calls and deadlines you feel pulled to attend to. So what can you do to stay on top of the meet & greet routine? Here are ten tips to keep your networks fresh.
Your business concept might be unique, or your technology cutting edge but according to a study by Harvard Business Review regardless of whether you’re a not-for-profit or a bank, all paths to business success are the same.
If you’re an entrepreneur, or an innovative organisation that is just starting out, there’s a high chance you’ll need capital to get the ball rolling. A startup is just that, you’re in the idea phase; there is no customer base, product development or generated revenue. On top of that, there’s marketing, potential labour/staffing and system costs, inventory, etc, etc. You need capital, but where do you get it?