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This is an excerpt from the book "Faith with its sleeves rolled up" by Charles Oham. A collection of essays on the roles of faith in the Society. This chapter elucidates the concept of spiritual capital, a nascent concept that is paradoxically both as old as man and a currently emerging line of enquiry. This resource has been the engine…
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 03:06

Making Co-Creation Work for Your Company

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By creative agency Latimer, an SEUK member Co-creation has become a buzzword, for good reason. With co-creation, your company can better reach your target audience and create products that have a greater impact. The world is more interactive now than in the past, and consumers are no longer content to be passive. Latimer Group has recently been recognised in The Guardian for…
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 00:00

social enterprise training materials

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Social Enterprise Exchange (28th November 2013) Social Enterprise Exchange is a forum for students, academics and practitioners of social entrepreneurship to exchange ideas and best practices in social enterprise teaching and practice. The workshop will adopt a mix of presentations, panels and small group formats.   This workshop aims to provide the "know-how" that will:   Diffuse on a wider…

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Making Co-Creation Work for Your Company

By creative agency Latimer, an SEUK member Co-creation has become a buzzword, for good reason. With co-creation, your company can better reach your target audience and create products that have a...

social enterprise training materials

Social Enterprise Exchange (28th November 2013) Social Enterprise Exchange is a forum for students, academics and practitioners of social entrepreneurship to exchange ideas and best practices in social enterprise teaching and...

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This is an excerpt from the book "Faith with its sleeves rolled up" by Charles Oham. A collection of essays on the roles of faith in the Society. This chapter elucidates...