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“When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.” George Washington Carver

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You can find other “Market with Meaning” but you definitely want to see “Profit with Purpose”.
I personally “Believe in Kingdom Transformation” because I know there is only ONE “Life for Significant”.

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Fighting back?

This week on LIVEWIRE:
Social Enterprise UK’s (formerly Social Enterprise Coalition) state of the sector report echos SE100 growth findings, King’s Fund report urges caution for healthcare social enterprises and news of a groundbreaking equity investment for a Community Interest Company.
It’s impossible not to mention thiss week’s riots. From the pick of the blogs we have Peter Holbrook’s reaction.
As Holbrook argues we have created a society in which success is measured by what and how much we consume. Social enterprise must be part of the solution that tackles these systemic problems. With social enterprises and the broader civil society community already under incredible pressure, tough times lie ahead.
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Groundbreaking £200k equity deal for hydro-electric community interest company

A hydro-electric water scheme has overcome issues around asset locks and dividend caps to win one of the first significant social enterprise equity investments.
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£2.5m makes financial services maestro the UK’s largest individual social investor

Philanthropist and financial services wizard Dr Shamil Chandaria has committed £2.5m for investment into the recently launched CAF Social Impact Fund from his CAF Charitable Trust.
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UK social enterprise sector is fighting back

The UK social enterprise sector is outstripping mainstream enterprise and turning deprivation into business success, reveals a major new report launched this week.

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‘Reality lags behind rhetoric’ for healthcare and social enterprise, warns King’s Fund

Fierce competition could wipe out the nascent emergence of social enterprise healthcare providers unless they are offered better support and longer-term contracts.
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Out and about meeting people leading the real fightback

I didn’t want to write about the riots. It seemed somehow too opportunistic but there are things that have been whirring around my mind, disturbing my sleep and creating a growing sense of frustration.
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Microsoft technology helping Care Plus Group deliver its patient-focused service

Having recently stepped out of its NHS comfort zone and ‘gone live’ as a social enterprise business, Care Plus Group (CPG) has its sights set on becoming the provider of choice for adult care in North East Lincolnshire. CEO Lance Gardner tells Paul Curran how Microsoft technology is playing its part in this ambition.

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