There’s no ‘magic bullet’ for impact measurement: Bryn Sadownik shares lessons learned
Added on: October 30, 2014
When it comes to measuring the impact of social enterprise, there’s no “magic bullet,” a B.C. impact measurement initiative has had confirmed since its inception. Project lead Bryn Sadownik speaks to why hoping for this is not realistic or even beneficial — and what’s really needed.Read more...
Bottom-up approach to measuring social impact undergirds B.C. initiative
Added on: October 28, 2014
Social enterprises want to be in the “driver’s seat” when it comes to measuring and communicating their impact. And investors are willing to support that approach. That’s what a measuring social impact initiative first generated in B.C. in 2004 discovered. It’s been the basis of its work since.Read more...
Salmon Trails social enterprise aims to put northwest B.C. on the cultural tourism map
Added on: October 23, 2014
From being the site of Canada’s largest natural disaster to a place where the country’s First Nations heritage is strong and rich, northwest British Columbia should draw cultural tourists from all over the world – if they only knew about it.Read more...