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He sees the modular and prefabricated sector as one which can lead to improved affordable housing and social housing, backed by the impact investing sector, but only if done right.
“Innovate or die” has been the catchphrase of the 21st century and its applicability extends far beyond the corporate and commercial realm. Not-for-profits also reap the very real benefits of innovation.
One10 founder Geoff Gourley offers insight into the wide world of innovation strategy and tips for embracing its power.
What’s your 2018 New Year’s resolution? Not sure yet? Well, here’s your chance to start something great, 2018 is just around the corner and this time you might even stick with it.
You don’t need to delve too deeply into the research that highlights the reasons why startups fail; lack of capital including funding, resources and customer base, lack of business experience and limited or no mentoring to support you on your journey. It’s an uphill climb to the top and often, unfortunately, many don’t make it to the top.
“Any enterprise that is driven to make an impact and deliver products or services for positive social or environmental change, as well as financial sustainability, is a social enterprise,” says founder Geoff Gourley of social-enterprise ecosystem One10.
Passion Never Fails - Podcast 29 hosted by David Fastuca.
My guest today is Geoff Gourley the founder of One10.
Novita Healthcare Ltd (ASX:NHL) has entered into a binding agreement to acquire, One10 startup alumni, Newly Pty Ltd, a recruitment solution for the aged/community and disability care sector.
We are proud to announce that Australian-based Social Enterprise Accelerator One10 has invested in a new venture called ProcurHub.
The new venture seeks to #Disrupt #Procurement using its #AI platform "ProcurAI." with the vision to improve #Diversity #Inclusion #Jobs #Growth #SocentAU Social & Collaborative Procurement across Australia.
Imagine the world where the youth of the developing countries are not wasting away their lives but instead using their skills for self-sustenance, where women are independent and have the capability to earn their livelihood, where the rural population does not have to leave their homes in search of employment but instead engage in solving the problem of global food security.
By Ellie Cooper, ProBono Australia