Diary of Events

Business Booster – The Business Model Canvas

Where: The British Library IP Centre, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB When: 10:00-13:00, Wednesday 14th November 2018 How Much: £25 inclusive of VAT and eventbrite fees Read more »

Introduction to Social Enterprise

Explore and understand this global phenomenon, and learn how you too can change the world. When: Wed 19 September 201810:00 – 13:00 BST Where: British Library Business & IP Centre, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB Read more »

Leadership training at the British Library

When: Wed 25 July 2018, 10:00 – 13:00 Where: British Library Business & IP Centre, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB Read more »

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Infographic: 5 NFP marketing myths

Nonprofit Library has an interesting infographic on marketing, social media and email marketing myths.  It’s definitely worth a look.  Source: Nonprofit Library, Author John Hayden Read more »

Chilli Tuk Tuk wins British Curry Award 2018

Red Ochre client Chilli Tuk Tuk wins the 2018 British Curry Award for Best Take Away in the country. Deepak Christopher explored Indian cuisine learning from top chefs in India before setting up his take away in North Finchley in 2015. The food consistently gets rave reviews from the lucky inhabitants of north London. Read more »

DNA wins The Noon Award

Diversity and Ability Ltd (DNA) scooped up the 2018 Noon Award at the Global Equality and Diversity Conference, in recognition for their work combining mental health & digital inclusion courses for disabled/neurodiverse people that are affected by homelessness. DNA has worked with Crisis over the past 4 years on this enriching & positive journey. Read more »

Book launch: Towards a Fair and Just Economy

Long term Red Ochre collaborators – Context – based in Utrecht undertake many social enterprise support programmes globally. Regularly the learning from the work is published to make to better disseminate the findings. The latest publication – Towards a Fair and Just Economy – was launched at a very well-attended event at the Impact Factory in Utrecht on the 25th of October. The key chapter in the book explores a new social enterprise business model that has improved the lives and livelihoods of apple farmers in the Indian Himalayas. Read more »

Developing Inclusive & Creative Economies (DICE) programme: Cairo scoping visit

Uday participated in a scoping visit to Cairo to seek partners to deliver a programme to grow and develop social and creative enterprises in Egypt. The trip coincided with celebrations for the British Council’s 80th anniversary in Egypt. An impressive number of people attended the 80th anniversary conference. Many from government departments and agencies, universities as well as umbrella organisations, intermediaries and creative entrepreneurs. Read more »

Social Enterprise Bootcamp in Sudan

For several years, the British Council has been running a support programme for young entrepreneurs in Sudan. Young entrepreneurs apply to participate in a training event that then allows some of them to pitch their ideas on national television – a Sudanese Dragon’s Den known as Mashrouy. The public get to vote for a winner This year the theme was on social enterprise. Over 30 entrepreneurs attended a 4-day Social Enterprise Bootcamp in Khartoum during September. Also attending were several experienced entrepreneurs who wanted to improve their skills to train and support other entrepreneurs. Read more »

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