Diary of Events

Introduction to Social Enterprise

Explore and understand this global phenomenon, and learn how you too can change the world. When:  Tuesday, 12th November 2019, 10:00 – 13:00 GMT Read more »

Who’s in charge? Authentic leadership for growing enterprises

Leaders are not born. You can learn the skills and behaviours to be an effective leader in your enterprise. Leadership is a set of skills. As with any skill, setting the right foundations, planning and practice will result in improvement. Read more »

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 »

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Maximising Cultural Heritage Erasmus project report

If you’re working in cultural heritage or have an idea, project or an organisation that could protect and maximise buildings with cultural value, then download the summary of our Cultural Entrepreneurship Project about how organisations in Vilnius and Matera have transformed an ex-monastery and an entire city using the power of culture. Read more »

Upcycling 4 Youth

We are pleased to have entertained a delegation from Macedonia for a Transnational meeting of our Upcycling 4 Youth Programme.  We will have updates and further information on this exciting project as it develops. Read more »

Good Finance UK funding directory of sources of social investment launched

If you’re looking for investors or funds for your social enterprise a good place to start is Good Finance UK. Their new fund listings directory is now live. Learn more at Good Finance UK. Read more »

DNA speaks at #D&ILeaders Disability Summit

Last Tuesday 1st Oct, client and friend of Red Ochre Atif Choudry spoke on a panel discussion about the disability pay gap at the #D&ILeaders Disability Summit. Congratulations on another thought provoking piece. For more information see the DisabilityAndAbility website. #disabilityinclusion #disabilitypaygap #disabilityemploymentgap #neurodiversity Read more »

Launch of Women’s Photography Award 2019 supported by NIKON

FotoDocument, longtime friend of Red Ochre, is facilitating the 2019 Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award supported by Nikon.The award will be granted to a professional woman photorapher. See the FotoDoc website for more details. Read more »

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 »

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