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12: Centre for Social Innovation - Part 3
The Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) in Toronto Canada, is a shared workspace for social entrepreneurs. The final episode of the CSI trilogy features two members from the Climate Ventures community: (01:42) Peggy Sue, Founder of the Peggy Sue Collection (12:35) Steven Bourne, Co-Founder of Ripple Farms
11: Centre for Social Innovation - Part 2
The Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) in Toronto Canada, is a shared workspace for social entrepreneurs. This episode features Barnabe Geis, the Director of Programs who designs and runs programs that grow startups and organisations with a social and/or environmental purpose. He also leads Climate Ventures which is an incubator, coworking space, and a range of programs that support entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders working on climate solutions. Listen to Barnabe's views on climate...
10: Centre For Social Innovation - Part 1
The Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) in Toronto Canada, is a shared workspace for social entrepreneurs. The first episode features the following guests: (02:19) Stefan Hostetter, the Community Manager at CSI. (15:54) Renata Vaccaro, the Managing Director and Vice President of Technology at engineering.com. (Since the interview, Renata has become Chief Technology Officer at engineering.com) (22:35) Antony Upward from Lean4Flourishing
9: Avril Chester, Cancer Central
Avril Chester is the Founder of Cancer Central and wants to build a better world by providing a central source of information for people who need help and support living with cancer. Listen to Avril's story and why she was inspired to start Cancer Central, how she got it started and her vision for the future.
8: Dr Elin Davies, Aparito
Dr Elin Haf Davies is the Founder and CEO of Aparito. She wants to build a better world by monitoring patients when they’re outside of the hospital using wearables and disease-specific mobile apps. Listen to Elin's story about the adventure and the challenge of founding and leading a start-up to build a better world.
7: Christal Earle, Brave Soles
Christal Earle is the Co-Founder of Brave Soles. She wants to build a better world by upcycling tires and creating shoes where soles are made from tires. Listen to Christal’s story of resilience, perseverance and sheer determination to make change happen.
6: Ben Gleisner, CoGo
Ben Gleisner is the CEO and Co-Founder of CoGo. He wants to build a better world by helping consumers connect with businesses that share their values. Listen to Ben's story about how he has created a successful movement in New Zealand and his plans to build global momentum with the recent launch in the UK.
5: Alan Mahon, Brewgooder
Alan Mahon is the Co-Founder of Brewgooder. He wants to build a better world by helping a million people get access to clean drinking water. Listen to Alan’s story about building a purposeful business. And if you like what Alan and the team are doing, why not be part of the fight by joining the joining the community and becoming a [Brewgooder Well Digger](https://www.brewgooder.com/welldigger)
4: Tom Gatzen and Rob Imonikhe, Ideal Flatmate
Tom Gatzen and Rob Imonikhe are the Co-Founders of Ideal Flatmate. They want to build a better world by helping people find the right person to live with, and making it as easy as possible. Listen to their story about getting their idea off the ground and how they're building a successful business.
3: Stephen and Denise Burke, United For All Ages
Stephen and Denise Burke are co-founders of United For All Ages and want to change things by bringing older and younger people together. Listen to Stephen and Denise's story about their intergenerational campaigning and why they're starting to see traction. [www.unitedforallages.com](https://unitedforallages.com/)
2: Natasha Langleben, Linkey
Natasha Langleben is the Co-Founder of Linkey and wants to build a better world by helping the homeless population in London and throughout the rest of the UK. Listen to Tasha's story about setting up Linkey with her brother Josh Adley, and how they are making change happen by taking the first steps and evolving from there. [www.linkey.org.uk](https://linkey.org.uk/)
1: Steuart Pennington, SA Good News
Steuart Pennington is the Founder and CEO of SA Good News and wants to build a better world by providing a more informed and balanced view about what is going on in South Africa. Listen to Steuart’s story about why he started SA Good News and why he believes "you are what you describe". [www.sagoodnews.co.za](https://www.sagoodnews.co.za/)