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Cape Town Social Venture Wins Global Recognition

It started as a 16-year-old girl’s gardening experiment. But it’s grown into a social innovation that’s turning heads and winning awards in the international social investment community [wooslider slider_type=”attachments”] Messages of congratulations from around the world have gone to Reel Gardening – a team including two UCT MBA students, both from the Social Innovation Lab […]

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Social Innovation Lab Causes Creative Reactions

The Social Innovation (SI) Lab is a unique learning-by-doing social venture course in the UCT Graduate School of Business MBA. It’s led by the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship. This lab is causing creative chemical reactions in the way students think and do. [wooslider slider_type=”attachments”] “The multi-faceted challenges of today call for creative […]

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Here’s How it Starts

Social impact is always more impactful when it works from the inside out. In other words, from within the environment, community or social challenge that it’s seeking to address. Creating an innovation, business or organisation that achieves this end has to start with the right kind of thinking. This means thinking about the problem from […]

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