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Dec 12, 2016

Helene Malandain and Alex Hannant From Akina Foundation, and Gerry Higgins CEO of Community Enterprise in Scotland join David to talk all things social enterprise ecosystem support and development; including the upcoming NZ/Christchurch based Social Enterprise World Forum in September 2017.

We talk SEWF 2016 learns and takeouts, 2017 NZ plans and preparations (for the 1200+ attendees expected), taste and rate a couple local brews and avoid needing to bleep out too many quotes... Thanks to BizDojo Wellington and Garage Project for episode support!

Links:

Ākina Foundation: website

Ākina Foundation (@akinafoundation) | Twitter

CEIS: Community Enterprise In Scotland

SEWF 2017 Christchurch | The Social Enterprise World Forum

Social Enterprise Scotland

DC Central Kitchen

Top eco visitor attraction - rainforest, gardens & educational charity - Eden Project Cornwall UK

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Gerry Higgins - CEO @CEIS, SEWF creator. 

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twice podcast episode #34 is brought to you with the generous support of BizDojo Wellington and Garage Project, and by our Patreon supporters: Driedfrog Ltd, ErgoStyle NZ, The Beer Library, Dave Lane and other generous patrons.

twice: two weeks in creative endeavour on Patreon: iTunes reviews, tweets and retweets, or financial patronage all help us grow what we've been doing since August 2015 to help spread the stories and insight of social enterprisers, creatives and innovators, from New Zealand.

twice: Bribing innovators, creatives +social enterprisers with (usually) beer from Aotearoa/New Zealand since August 2015. Produced, edited, co-hosted and published by David Binstead; and with guest co-hosts.

twice podcast #34 is ©43words/David Binstead 2016. 

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Where's #33? Leanna Dey and David Cameron are social enterprise guests on already recorded #33, which publishes next Monday 19th December, instead of Boxing Day/26th Dec. 'Normal service' resumes early January 2017.