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Impact 3.0: Building a Pie Factory

According to innovation guru Guy Kawasaki, real innovation happens “at the next curve”. As an innovative company, you do not try to do things 10% better, but you want to do things 2, 4, 10 times better, i.e. jump to the next curve. I don’t beg to differ, on the contrary: for innovators dealing with social issues, the slightly changed version would be “real impact happens at the next curve”. What is the next impact curve? My proposition: building a Pie Factory. Let me explain.

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Social Enterprise Day 2015

Enviu and Outside Inc. will be part of the Social Enterprise Day at Thursday the 21st of May at NUtrecht. This extraordinary event is fully dedicated to social entrepreneurship. Want to know more about social entrepreneurship and how to become a social entrepreneur? Join the journey and let us inspire you!

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From Rotterdam to Delhi

It’s a dream we already have for a quite a while now: an Enviu office in India. Impact entrepreneurship in India is booming and an Enviu office there would facilitate our local operations. We went on a trip to explore the possibility of converting this dream into a reality.

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Biseny Akena harvesting her sweet potatoes.

Preparing to innovate agri-business in Uganda

This month Enviu is visiting Uganda, known as “the Pearl of Africa”, and indeed it is! Together with ICCO, we are preparing a new Challenge to innovate agri-business and improve the profitability and livelihoods of smallholders in Uganda. The Challenge will kick-off on the 29th May in Kampala with our local team, and simultaneously in the Netherlands as part of the opening of the New World Campus in the Hague. What do you need to know to get ready?

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Enviu travels to Kenya to launch the Taka Taka Challenge

On April the 9th the Social Business Incubator (SBI; an initiative of Cordaid and Enviu) kicked of the Taka Taka Challenge in Kisumu, Kenya. With this first SBI Challenge we aim to find and co-create waste-to-profit enterprises that will help Kisumu’s environment and economy flourish. Our Taka Taka team members Laura and Frank travelled to Kenya to support the launch the challenge and meet the local stakeholders.

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