Diary of Events

Applied Innovation Session 2 of 4

Session 2: Sorting through your ideas Date: Wednesday 2 October, 10:30-12:30 Content of the session: For new participants there will be a recap of the four-stage innovation process. Returning participants will feedback on the progress made against their personal Innovation Action Plan developed in session 1. Read more »

Applied Innovation at the City Business Library

Have you got a business idea, innovation, or product that you just need a bit of support to get up and running? Look no further, this is the perfect four stage course for you. Read more »

Introduction to Social Enterprise

Explore and understand this global phenomenon, and learn how you too can change the world. When: Wed 24th July 2019 at 10:00 – 13:00 BST Where: British Library Business & IP Centre, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB How Much: £25, inclusive of VAT and eventbrite fees To book: visit eventbrite Read more »

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Jobseekers prefer ‘woke’ businesses, says survey

I saw this article on the People Management website and thought it was interesting. There’s been lots of talk for a long time about purpose driven businesses being a draw for new job seekers (Deloitte Millennial survey etc.) but much of the commentary has been anecdotal. This survey by the Henley Business School has some figures to back up the conclusions. For more details see the People Management website or the Henley Business School website. Read more »

Community Business Fund opens

The Community Business Fund aims to support existing community businesses with grants to help them progress towards self-sufficiency. Community businesses can apply for grants of £50,000 to £300,000. The Fund opened on the 11th September. For more information or to apply see the Power to Change website. Read more »

Chivas Venture open for 2019

This year’s $1m Chivas Regal Venture is currently open. This window closes 31st October, and you can apply online. See the Chivas Venture website for further details. Read more »

Making waves in Tempo

Our project work in Java over the last six months has caught the attention of Tempo Magazine. Tempo is one of the largest circulation and best known weekly news and politics magazines in Indonesia. Read more »

Product development and social media training in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

At Red Ochre we’ve had the pleasure to be able to work with our colleagues DEC (Disability Empowerment Centre), Lawe Foundation and Kampung Halaman with the support of the British Council. During August we worked with members of the DEC association to refine their cultural and heritage products and then developed their storytelling skills for digital platforms. I was really impressed by their openness, desire to improve and the end results. Have a look at some of photos I’ve taken. #BCDice #DEC @SocEntGlobal Read more »

OMG DNA 4 NDA award

Friend of Red Ochre, Atif Choudry CEO of Diversity and Ability, has been short listed for a National Diversity Award in the Entrepreneur of Excellence category for the good work they’ve been doing. Good luck on award night from Red Ochre. Read more »

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