All social enterprises encounter the need to deliver a pitch at some point of their business in order to expand and grow. Whether this pitch is to get funding from potential investors, to gain the attention of potential partners, or for other purposes, delivering a good pitch is sometimes all that it takes to access these opportunities. Here are 9 things to include in your pitch to make it strong and memorable:
Co-working spaces are becoming more and more prevalent around Hong Kong. They have the same facilities as a traditional office, allowing people to concentrate on their work efficiently, and a range of luxurious amenities designed to make people feel comfortable and relaxed. More importantly, these spaces encourage people to interact and network with other professionals from numerous industries, creating a dynamic, close-knit community that constantly inspires innovation. While co-working spaces may constantly be associated with startup companies, they are suitable for anyone looking for a place to work.
Here are 9 of Hong Kong’s best co-working spaces:
Our world comprises of humanitarians that want to make a change and the support for social causes continue to increase. Over 60% of the world’s population want their occupation to make an impact on the world.
With that general outlook on implementing social good, the idea of starting a Social Enterprise may seem very attractive. What better way to implement both business and social goals under an organisation that promotes social change through the use of market mechanisms.
Here are 5 characteristics you should have before starting your own social enterprise:
"Omidyarism"- yet another buzz-word but one whose principles we've been practicing. We agree with David Callahan in this recent article from Inside Philanthropy (even his P.S.). It's time for all who want to make a dent in our biggest social and environmental challenges to be generous and smart about using the right tools for the right job. We are using a bigger toolbox here at SOW Asia and we welcome the opportunity to share with you what we are working on and thinking about. You don't have to be a Buffet, Gates, Zuckerberg or Omidyar- learn about how you can do more with whatever you have to share.
Link to article can be found HERE