I wrote last time on this blog that I was making a podcast for The Guardian.
Well I did it and you can read about it if you click the link below.
Go to the Guardian website here.
I am proud to be working with The Guardian and Social Enterprise 2011 was a very friendly and professional event in a lovely oasis of a building in central London.
Thanks to the Editor David Mills and Gines for giving me the opportunity.
Join the Social Enterprise Network if you want to find out more about social enterprises.
One more word of thanks to my bosses at BBC Radio Lancashire from whom I never stop learning.
Here’s what went on The Guardian website.
Welcome to the Guardian social enterprise network podcast – a new, monthly podcast about social enterprise. Over the coming months, we’ll be speaking to social entepreneurs and those who fund them, buy from them and work with them, and exploring the issues that social enterprises face as they do good through doing business
This inaugural podcast was recorded at the Guardian Social Enterprise Summit on 8 November.
Sean McGinty, a radio journalist and social entrepreneur from Lancashire, presents and produces this podcast.
In this podcast this month
The winner of the Guardian Social Enterprise Award – Peter Cousins MBE from Brighter Future Workshop
Murtaza Jessa from haysmacintyre, one of the judges of The Guardian Social Enterprise Award 2011
The minister for civil society Nick Hurd MP on why government support for social enterprise can’t be ‘top-down’
Jonathan Jenkins from the Social Investment Business and NatWest’s Phillip Hall and their mission to invest in social enterprise
Social Enterprise UK’s business director Nick Temple on why social enterprise needs a much wider stage