About This Episode
Servane Mouazan has a really insightful and knowledgeable approach to the world of social enterprise, especially when it comes to the impact that women create through this work. She explains what a social enterprise is and why when you create one, it can’t be about you. How not to perpetrate the issue you’re trying to fight, especially when it comes to creating work through the gender lense.
In this pre Covid chat we talk about what feels important when we set out to make positive changes in people’s worlds. Exploring silent retreats, the practice of love, who she’d invite on to her desert island and what she thinks the world will look like in 50 years time. If you’re into social enterprises or would like to start one of your own one day this episode is for you.
Servane Mouazan is the founder of Ogunte CIC, which supports the business needs of women in social enterprises and organisations who aspire to have a positive impact on women and girls.
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