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The USS Social Enterprise

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The USS Social Enterprise (or TUSSSE, as nobody is calling it) is a podcast interviewing social entrepreneurs (dictionary time: a person who establishes an enterprise with the aim of solving social problems or effecting social change), finding out the how and why behind what they do. The podcast takes a light-hearted conversational approach to finding out more about social businesses, the men and women behind them and what makes them tick. Perhaps you'll be moved to support their social enterprise or inspired to start up your own. Michael J. Curtis is just a man. A man who knows other men. He also knows women. Some of those women, along with the men, are involved in social enterprise. Listen as he talks to them.

The USS Social Enterprise (or TUSSSE, as nobody is calling it) is a podcast interviewing social entrepreneurs (dictionary time: a person who establishes an enterprise with the aim of solving social problems or effecting social change), finding out the how and why behind what they do. The podcast takes a light-hearted conversational approach to finding out more about social businesses, the men and women behind them and what makes them tick. Perhaps you'll be moved to support their social enterprise or inspired to start up your own. Michael J. Curtis is just a man. A man who knows other men. He also knows women. Some of those women, along with the men, are involved in social enterprise. Listen as he talks to them.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

The USS Social Enterprise (or TUSSSE, as nobody is calling it) is a podcast interviewing social entrepreneurs (dictionary time: a person who establishes an enterprise with the aim of solving social problems or effecting social change), finding out the how and why behind what they do. The podcast takes a light-hearted conversational approach to finding out more about social businesses, the men and women behind them and what makes them tick. Perhaps you'll be moved to support their social enterprise or inspired to start up your own. Michael J. Curtis is just a man. A man who knows other men. He also knows women. Some of those women, along with the men, are involved in social enterprise. Listen as he talks to them.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 2 - UpsideDown Creations with Co-founders Catherine and James Gray

10/11/2018
You made it! Hop on board for episode 2 of the USS Social Enterprise. This time with Catherine and James Gray: co-founders of UpsideDown Creations. They can be found at www.upsidedowncreations.com. Today we learn the shocking truth that neither of them have seen Point Break! Listen on to find out about this shocking revelation and more.

Duration:01:12:08

Ep1. Refugee Week Special - Local Welcome with Co-Founder Ben Pollard

5/30/2018
Hello and welcome to Episode 1 of The USS Social Enterprise with Michael J. Curtis. In this episode I talk to Ben Pollard - Co-founder of "Local Welcome", an organisation that helps refugees connect with people in their local community via the medium of food. Along the way we also talk about chip fat recycling, crop farming in Africa, dead old ladies, going to the opera, and why your mum would never use an uber or airbnb. All voice recording, editing and production by Michael J. Curtis....

Duration:00:54:33