Enterprise: Profit with purpose...

A thought leadership publication for entrepreneurs and growth companies

Good business and good causes have for too long and too often been seen as distinct. Charities have always been associated with positive social activities, while big business – motivated by profit - often had negative social and environmental effects. Businesses with a social purpose were demonstrably ‘not for profit’ and those that were profitable paid scant attention to ESG and would ‘greenwash’ their activities.

In this issue of Enterprise, we interview entrepreneurs who are changing the world for the better - whether that is electrifying the emerging world, tackling homelessness or making us all feel a little more calm. These are some of the most exciting and impactful businesses emerging today. Enterprise looks at the challenges they have faced and how they are reshaping the world’s view of profit and purpose.



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Issue 23

A thought leadership publication for entrepreneurs and growth companies. In this issue we focus on the future of finance.

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Issue 22

In this issue of Enterprise, we celebrate female founders and showcase six stories as told by the women behind the businesses across a broad range of sectors.

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Issue 21

Rajesh Agrawal, London’s Deputy Mayor speaks to Enterprise on fintech and supporting growth businesses.

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Issue 20

Enterprise examines the potential shifts in trading patterns and the opportunities that might emerge for SMEs.

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