Interviews: Kisha Bradley, Bright Box and #girlswithdrills and Darren Chouings

Interviews with Kisha Bradley, engineer, STEAM-inist, founder of Bright Box Makerspace and #girslwithdrills collaborator; and Darren Chouings, voluntary chair of the Sheffield Social Enterprise Network.

Interview: Lynne Brooke, Social Stock Exchange and ethical investing

New interview: impact investing, NEX Exchange and the Social Stock Exchange; and “rescuing capitalism as a force for good.” Lynne Brooke explains.

8 December podcast: Employment Law and REACH Homes

New interview with Jay Bhayani with the latest need-to-know updates on employment law. Plus Jon Johnson of REACH Homes, the newly-crowned ‘outstanding business of the year’ in the Sheffield Business Awards.

6 different businesses with something great in common

What do the following have in common: a 22-year-old who makes cajons and other musical instruments in Northern Ireland; a chocolatier in Ely employing young people with autism to create delicious confections; Sheffield’s Real Junk Food Project; an Argyll artisan smoke house; the UK’s first purpose-built breastfeeding café; and a designer and manufacturer of climbing kit?

Interview with Webmart’s Marxist Capitalist CEO Simon Biltcliffe

Interview with Simon Biltcliffe, CEO and founder of Webmart and “Marxist-Capitalist” on using business to create and share value. Plus photographer Vincent Tremeau in this latest radio show podcast.

New radio show: Jane Weston, Mo Ali, Nick Temple

Radio show covering workforce development, international aid, procurement, social enterprise trends, bidding for contacts and more – with guests Jane Weston, Mo Ali (Aid Works) and Nick Temple (SEUK).

Podcast: employment law update with Jay Bhayani and more

Podcast featuring Jay Bhayani with the latest updates in employment law; plus commentary on the State of Social Enterprise 2017 Report

How to use politicians to get what you want: new interview

Harnessing support from a politician can help you to fight injustices, assert your consumer rights even when big businesses want to ignore you, generate publicity for your community project, and open doors you’ve previously had closed in your face.
But how do you get politicians on your side? Scott Colvin can tell you in this new radio show podcast. The programme also features Kurtis Wright of Sheffield Community Technologies (and Loci Pay).

Could this business support more people – by killing fish?

Does commercial success need to come at the expense of social and environmental impact? And are some impacts more important than others?

Taylor review, vaping and prison for data deletion: employment law update podcast

New radio show podcast covering the Taylor review: its proposals would affect your business or social enterprise if you employ anyone or have self-employed contractors. Plus other employment law updates and plenty of business and social enterprise updates.