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Heritage Without Borders: UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Heritage Without Borders - UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2012, UCL Awards for Enterprise 2012

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Jake Hayman from The Social Investment Consultancy: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series March 18th 2010 featuring Jake Hayman from The Social Investment Consultancy who talks about how he set up his social enterprise business and offers advice to other entrepreneurs.

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Mapping for Change: UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award 2013 awarded to Mapping for Change at the 2013 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2010 awarded to Yasmin Grewal and Noor Alyassin from the UCL Refugee Project at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2010.

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Trojan Horses of Goodness and Transformation. Examining the Continuing Influence of Acquired Social Enterprises in Large Corporations.
A description of the work: This dissertation analysed the positive and negative effects of partnerships and the acquisition of social enterprises by large corporations in need of change, through different case studies. Through an exploratory research of three case studies, primary and secondary data, this study tests the hypothesis the social enterprises can influence the acquiring large corporations’ social impact. The study found that when a social enterprise is combined with a corporation, the social enterprise can influence the corporation to achieve greater social purpose in the following ways: a clear social mission embedded in the corporate culture and protected by contracts, strong social networks and measurement of impacts with stakeholders and finally, procedures to share best practices across the corporation.

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UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award 2011 awarded to Bright Club at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2011.

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