Kresse Wesling: business shouldn’t be psychopathic, sustainable luxury and an open-source solar forge

The circular economy, being a B-Corp, embedding values throughout every decision, and making a positive impact in a largely destructive industry.

A horse and cart and a ReadyMart with Mazen Musaeed and Fran Ruiz Partida

Giving power back to independent stores with Mazen Musaeed and Fran Ruiz Partida. Plus a guest interview special: Dave Linton of Madlug interviewed by Heidi Fisher.

How to Make the World Better with Beer and Chocolate

How four fantastic social enterprises create positive economic, environmental and social impacts.

Studio Rife, Hallam Enterprise and Social Enterprise UK

How four students created their startup creative agency plus powerful new data about social enterprise in the UK

Shareholders’ Agreements, Resilience, Influencer Marketing, Social Media and Cyberbullying

Shareholders’ Agreements, Resilience, Influencer Marketing, Social Media and Cyberbullying

School Seeks Better Air Quality with Business Boost Plus Crucial Social Investment Advice

A new project to improve air quality in a Sheffield school AND provide a “proof-of-concept” to other schools (policymakers too).

Rowan and CarolynN cover greening-up the playground at Hunters Bar Infants’ School, a research partnership with The University of Sheffield – and how businesses are helping to make the project possible.

And Tej, MD of social impact investment consultancy The Change Coefficient, has crucial advice about social investment and what should you think about if you run a mission-driven organisation and are seeking an investor.

Business Live 24 May: Changing Faces and Abbeydale Picture House

The UK’s leading charity offering support to everyone with a visible difference that affects their appearance AND how you can be part of Abbeydale Picture House.

Interviews: Louisa Ashforth and Adrian Ashton

How to avoid founder syndrome, embed values and measure your impact with Adrian Ashton and how salon boss Louisa Ashforth launched her own skincare range.

Media responsibility and trust – podcast with Sam Walby and Bird LoveGod

Should we care about the media’s responsibility and balance? If we do, then in an age in which argument and polemic have become the norm, what positive steps can we take to support media we can trust? Today’s Business Live radio show features guests Sam Walby and Bird LoveGod.

Cash for impact, asking great questions and supporting social enterprise scholarship

Cambridge Social Ventures, asking more and better questions, and the EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise.