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Posts with the category of: "Social Enterprise"

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Agent of Change Emma Tamlin advocates for increased food production in municipal policy, city planning, and supports property owners to integrate food accessibility in their projects through her organization, Raised Roots.
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When the world shut down, individuals from different corners of the globe signed up in droves for CSI's Social Entrepreneurship 101. Let us tell you why — and what they found.
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As we continue to celebrate International Women's Day, we spotlight some of the brilliant women entrepreneurs at CSI building the Next Economy by combatting the climate crisis, creating healthcare solutions, developing new technologies, and mentoring the next generation.
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Agent of Change Maheshi Wanasundara is building a social enterprise that supports small business owners in Sri Lanka as they scale to global markets.
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The decision to buy, sell or rent a home is an overwhelming one. Dwelly's mission is to make buying and renting a home simple and affordable for every Canadian. We talked to Broker of Record (and CSI member!) Karim Elbarbary about how he has simplified this complex, thorny experience and dramatically lowed the cost of buying a home.
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Agent of Change Devesh Tilokani is providing a platform for leaders that inspire growth and action through his Progressholic podcast.
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Agent of Change Nayeon Kim is building an employment social enterprise that would train and hire young people to provide landscaping services for buildings right in their neighbourhood in Regent Park.
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What do you do if you want to change the world, but you can't even figure out what people are talking about? First of all, don't feel bad. The social impact sector has a lot of terms that sound like they all mean the same thing, but it is important to make sure you are using the right one. Once you have an understanding of the language, you are really able to level-up your impact. Using content from our Social Entrepreneurship 101 program, let's get you the vocabulary you need.
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