In the fourth episode of our week-long series exploring the possibilities, challenges, and potential of social enterprise in New Zealand, our panel looks at what to expect in the next 10 years.
Watch the rest of the series here.
What is the vision? Slowly but steadily, social enterprise principles are becoming more mainstream. Nick Wells from Chapman Tripp talks about how this is happening in the iwi economy and Michelle Sharp from Kilmarnock Enterprises looks forward to the day mainstreaming eliminates the need for her charity to exist at all.
This is the fourth part of a conversation chaired recently by Simon Wilson, which brought together some of New Zealand’s most prominent and active voices in the area: Alex Hannant from social enterprise enabling company Ākina Foundation, Lisa King of buy-one-give-one food company Eat My Lunch, Michelle Sharp of toymakers Kilmarnock Enterprises, and Nick Wells of Māori legal practice Te Waka Ture, a division of Chapman Tripp.
The Social Enterprise World Forum is on September 27-29th in Christchurch.
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