Tag Archives: Social Enterprise

Social Investment “Angels” – a gap that needs filling!

Posted on February 16, 2012 by charles

There seems to be growing acceptance in the UK that social business lacks investment to be able to compete at scale on a level playing field with the private sector. Over the last year there has also, it seems, been … Continue reading

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NHS reform – is it really that radical?

Posted on February 8, 2012 by charles

A great deal of heat and very little light is being generated about the NHS reforms with the debate largely focussed on the issues of increased competition and privatisation of the NHS. On the ground the reality is somewhat different. … Continue reading

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Localism: Is it the beginning of the end for unfettered globalised capital?

Posted on January 30, 2012 by charles

Social entrepreneur and strategist, Charles Bicker, argues that local democracy, and self-interest, may open the door to ethical, sustainable enterprises run for the community and by the community.The Localism Act aims to put local people back in the driving seat … Continue reading

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