We need to redesign our value chain around social enterprises. So much of what we hear at impact and social investment events talks of deal flow, market returns etc. So little attention is paid to what, or rather who, really matters – the social entrepreneurs who are the lifeblood of purposeful entrepreneurial leadership. How can we redesign our value chain around these inspiring folk and their aspirations/needs? UnLtd, with partners, has a few models for doing exactly that which seem to be really working. We want to share these and learn from others.

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  1. I think this is really important. Hatch would be really interested to shape the conversation around this. Helping social entrepreneurs build better, more resilient and sustainable ventures is key. But the “tried and tested” models need to be expanded on. Consultancy-led approaches didn’t work (investment readiness), light tough approaches only work to an extent and participant-led approaches are still new.

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