Why operating as a social enterprise and making money isn’t contradictory

When talking about current social enterprise models (generally defined as self-sustaining or revenue generating entities with a social or environmental product or service) – which often involve selling a product or service to people who are living in poverty or are disadvantaged in some other way – one of the questions we often get is: […]

Unlikely Allies 2016: The Future of Cities

In  July, Simanye travelled as part of our involvement with Impact Hub Joburg to the Unlikely Allies Conference in Seattle, USA.  The conference was organised by the Impact Hub global network and involved two days of multi-stakeholder conference sessions on the Future of Cities, followed by 3 days of strategy and team building retreat for the […]