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TSIC is hiring for a Consultant or a Senior Consultant

TSIC is recruiting for a Consultant or a Senior Consultant to join our exciting, entrepreneurial organisation dedicated to maximising social impact. We are looking for someone with a strong track record in project/client management, and a demonstrated interest in global and domestic social issues, ideally with 2+ year experience (for Consultant) or…

Final thoughts: Thinking about ‘youth’ as a collective

Preluding the High-Level Political Forum 2017, SDSN Youth and TSIC created a policy brief outlining key recommendations for policy-makers to advance youth innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Here follows the last post in a series of three outlining how to support youth-led innovation for the SDGs. To conclude this…

What can be done to support young entrepreneurs for the SDGs?

Preluding the High-Level Political Forum 2017, SDSN Youth and TSIC created a policy brief outlining key recommendations for policy-makers to advance youth innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Here follows the second post in a series of three outlining how to support youth-led innovation for the SDGs. Building on…

Youth-led innovation for achieving the SDGs: what are the challenges and opportunities?

  Preluding the High-Level Political Forum 2017, SDSN Youth and TSIC created a policy brief outlining concrete recommendations for key stakeholders (including amongst others impact investors, policy-makers, universities and societies at large) to advance youth innovation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Here follows the first post in a…

A Paradigm Shift? Global Perspectives on Social Innovation

While the UK has long been recognised as a global leader in social enterprises and social investment, the rest of the world has very rapidly caught up. Increasingly, we see a strong emphasis on social innovation – just to name a few: the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Israel, started…

TSIC is hiring for an Analyst

TSIC is recruiting for an Analyst to join our exciting, entrepreneurial organisation dedicated to maximising social impact. We are looking for someone with a demonstrated interest in global and domestic social issues, ideally with 1+ year experience (paid or voluntary) in the sectors we focus on. Job Description here: TSIC – Analyst May…

TSIC is hiring for a Consultant

TSIC is recruiting for a Consultant to join our exciting, entrepreneurial organisation dedicated to maximising social impact. We are looking for someone with a strong track record in project/client management, and a demonstrated interest in global and domestic social issues, ideally with 3+ year experience (paid or voluntary) in the sectors we…

An evening with Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou

Last week TSIC was afforded the opportunity to attend an event organised by the LSE Alumni Association entitled Sir Stelios on Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy. The theme of the evening very much captured our intersecting interests at TSIC, and we were keen to gain a better understanding of Sir Stelios’s insights…

TSIC Goes to Marmalade

On April 7th we spent the morning at the Old Fire House in Oxford as part of Marmalade – the Skoll World Forum fringe event. Participants of our session came from all walks of life, comprising social investors, program managers and designers, start-ups founders and students. They impressed us with…

The Impact of Diversity on Innovation

Our latest research, The Impact of Diversity on Innovation in the Social Investment Sector, uncovers a disconcerting problem in social investment firms – a lack of diversity amongst those making investment decisions… but not only in ways that you would expect. As anticipated, we found that these firms were lacking…

Marmalade Event in Oxford

JOIN US on April 7th in Oxford as we host a session on The Impact of Diversity in Social Investment at Marmalade, the fringe event for the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship. Attendees can expect an inspiring and thought provoking day with a group of fun and passionate thinkers. We…

Young Women Lead the Way in Ghana

By Sam Close Whilst it is not something I do on a regular basis and certainly not a course of action I enter into lightly, a recent inspirational experience participating as a mentor on the Her Future Africa programme in Ghana compelled me to throw caution to the wind… and write…

Challenges of BAME Organisations

By Dami Solebo The last few years have been difficult for a number of charitable groups. Donations and contributions have reduced significantly at a time when the work of many organisations is all the more necessary. In many cases, the groups that are more deeply impacted are the charities that…

Charities Unlocked – Our top tips for your charity’s successful income growth: Creative business models

  The funding challenges of today’s market leave many charities in a tough position. This often drives them to pursue activities that diversify away from uncertain public funding and ensure more flexibility in their operations. This necessity has led to an increase in the competition of trading activities amongst charities,…

Charities Unlocked – 3 Steps to becoming a Successful “Intrapreneur”

Do you work for a charity? Then you likely know all too well the difficulties the sector is facing, and perhaps you’ve even developed some opinions on how to approach these challenges. You may just have what we like to call an intrapreneurial spirit. It has been an unstable few…
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