Writing

I’ve written extensively across a range of media and publications, alongside myriad internal documents and applications / proposals. This has included writing the School for Social Entrepreneurs blog for over 5 years, building it into one of the most credible and influential in the sector, and overseeing all external publications for the organisation in that period.

Here are a few examples of some other recent writing:

Why franchising could be the key to scaling social enterprise
(Guardian Social Enterprise Network)

Power down: why true empowerment is double-sided
(ResPublica)

Look back after you’ve leapt: how social entrepreneurs learn from experience
(Guardian Social Enterprise Network)

What social media means for social entrepreneurs
(Social by Social, NESTA)

Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship [doc]
(Philanthropy UK Guide to Giving)

Why have attempts to regenerate ‘hard-to-reach’ areas failed?
(Guardian (Society))

Social Entrepreneurs and Public Services [pdf]
(Smith Institute pamphlet, ch.6 written for CEO)

The long tail of social entrepreneurship
(blog post)

How Can Social Entrepreneurs Help Build A Big Society [pdf]
(co-authored SSE paper)

At the previous organisation I worked for, I also edited / co-edited books and publications for mainstream publishers, including the Time Out Book of Country Walks (vol 2), Poem for the Day 2, the Global Ideas Book and 500 Ways to Change the World. Between them, the royalties from these publications have raised tens of thousands of pounds for charitable causes.

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