Joining me in this podcast edition is Ben Branson, Founder and CEO of Seedlip. In this episode: how you can turn your passion in to a scalable business, how to overcome the challenges faced during the early stages of starting a business, how Ben would go about starting a business with £20K or less, how to create a company culture to attract and retain top talent, and other top tips for entrepreneurs starting out on their own journey.
Joining me in this podcast edition is Harry Goldman, CEO and Founder of Youth Business Sweden. In this episode: how Sweden can more effectively support entrepreneurs to start and scale their own businesses.
Joining me in this podcast edition is Rodrigo Perez, Sweden's 2015 Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Rodrigo started his business, Stagehand.nu offering event set-up and construction services. Born in Chile, but raised in Sweden since the age of four, Rodrigo became an entrepreneur in the country that adopted him and his family. He is now giving back to the society by creating employment and giving migrants in Sweden the opportunity to build their lives, aiming for social inclusion and integration.
Joining me in this podcast edition is Carlos Miranda, CEO and Founder of I.G. Advisors. In this episode: What factors drove the need for an organisation like I.G. Advisors to be created? What are the key challenges that are unique to non-profits, and how can they maximise their impact? How is the social enterprise sector likely to develop in the future? What conditions are necessary for a for-profit business to successfully marry passion and profit? Which approach to development works most effectively in terms of delivering social change and achieving impact and growth? What does the future hold for I.G. Advisors?
Joining me in this podcast edition is Colin Pyle, CEO of CRU Kafe. In this episode: Why it was important for Colin to include a positive social and environmental element in the way CRU operates as business. How is this sustainable approach leading to more profitability. How he is tapping in to a growing conscious consumer segment? What is wrong with Nestle?
Joining me in this podcast edition is Jenny Dawson, CEO of Rubies in the Rubble. In this episode: How to overcome the challenges of scaling a social enterprise.