We get it. Life is crazy and balancing out your time can be super hard. With so much going on it’s difficult stay ahead of the learning game and easy to lose track of what’s happening in the world of social impact. The trick is to stop trying to read everything out there. There’s too much. And you’re too busy. Instead, give us roughly 3 minutes and we’ll brief you on the what you need to know, read and hear. If you’re passionate about creating positive social and environmental impact, our handpicked content is all you need to stay informed and inspired. For the week starting 17/2/2020, here’s…
What you need to KNOW: Scaling Impact: Impact Investment Roadshow comes to Melbourne.
Is your social enterprise looking to take on impact investment? Do you have what it takes to become investment ready? Is impact investment right for you? You won’t want to miss this exclusive opportunity to learn from experts in the field on how to secure impact investment and drive the next phase of growth for your business.
What you need to READ: Predictions for 2020: Social Enterprise.
2020 is bound to be a cracker year for social enterprise with hints of a funding shakeup, skyrocketing social procurement, and oodles of opportunities on the horizon, write Jay Boolkin and Anne Lennon, co-founders at Social Change Central.
What you need to HEAR: Winston Churchill Fellowship.
A Churchill Fellowship offers Australian citizens a life-changing opportunity to travel overseas for four to eight weeks to learn more about a topic or issue that they are passionate about. As an internationally recognised award, recipients gain access to expertise from around the world. Applicants are empowered to design their own projects to explore international best practice and innovation that can be applied in Australia. There is a high level of visibility and credibility associated with being a Churchill Fellow, as well as a responsibility to share the knowledge and skills gained overseas with the Australian community. It is a competitive process, with more than 100 Churchill Fellowships awarded around Australia every year. 3 THINGS not enough?