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By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting While widely known for its delectable gourmet foods such as soups and baking mixes, Women’s Bean Project has also run a successful jewelry line since 2009. Set up as a social enterprise, the jewelry is … Continue reading →
by Janine Vanderburg These days I want James Carville to come back and shout his famous phrase from every virtual street corner: It’s the economy, stupid! Because it is. The continued lackluster economy has hurt small businesses and those they … Continue reading →
By Sarah Hidey, JVA Consulting This is THE Moment for Social Enterprise. This is the title of the opening keynote address for the Social Enterprise Annual Summit, and I couldn’t agree more. In a couple weeks, Janine Vanderburg and I … Continue reading →
JVAers Guadalupe Torres and Janine Vanderburg joined a group of 30 social entrepreneurs at the Women’s Bean Project on Friday, November 12 to launch the Colorado chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA), the 700-member organization that brings together the … Continue reading →
At the recent Progress Group Responsible Economy Roundtable, held at Mi Casa Resource Center in Denver, social enterprise professionals and nonprofits using social enterprise to help their clients got together to discuss what the “Responsible Economy” is, strategies for how … Continue reading →