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Social Entrepreneurs Ireland CEO, Tim Griffiths had the recent opportunity to be a guest speaker on two different podcasts. Profit Meets Impact and Awarepreneurs are both podcasts dedicated to exploring various aspects of the social entrepreneurship space, engaging in important discussions and fresh perspectives from sector experts, social entrepreneurs and business leaders.

Profit Meets Impact – The Irish Landscape of Social Entrepreneurship 

Podcast host Morgan Bailey engages with business and thought leaders on how to be profitable while making a positive impact on society and the environment.

Episode 32 of Profit Meets Impact is available on all major podcasting platforms.

On June 8th Tim Griffiths joined Morgan Bailey for episode 32 of ‘Profit Meets Impact’. Titled ‘The Irish Landscape of Social Entrepreneurs’, Tim talks about how he got involved in SEI, the work SEI does, and the impact SEI has created through directly supporting over 550 social entrepreneurs since 2004.

During the episode, Tim highlights the achievements of previous SEI alumni, such as Iseult and Aoibheann, Co-founders of FoodCloud, Stephen and Noelle, co-founders of Mobility Mojo, and Franscesca La Morgia, founder of Mother Tongues.

Additionally, Tim and Morgan discuss Ireland’s position in the world of social entrepreneurship and the progression of the landscape over the past few years.

Listen to Episode 32 of Profit Meets Impact with Tim Griffiths

Awarepreneurs – Accelerated Social Change Through the Power of People with Tim Griffiths

Awarepreneurs was founded in 2017 by host Paul Zelizer with the aim of promoting the methods and strategies employed by successful leaders in social enterprise.

With almost 300 episodes, Awarepreneurs has become one of the world’s leading social entrepreneur podcasts.

For episode 297, Paul Zelizer invited Tim Griffiths as a guest to discuss accelerating social change through the collective power of people. Tim shares the journey and evolution of Social Entrepreneurs Ireland since its foundation in 2004, elaborating on the supportive programs that SEI actively engage social entrepreneurs with, from the Ideas Academy to the Changing Ireland Accelerator.

Additionally, Tim highlights the increasing responsibility of corporate organizations in the realm of social entrepreneurship, and the power of being human centric. He also provides insights into the current landscape of social entrepreneurship in Ireland.

The Social Entrepreneurs Podcast

Podcasts have emerged as a powerful medium and an essential part of our digital landscape, fostering education, entertainment, and connection in an increasingly fast paced world.

In 2020, Social Entrepreneurs Ireland developed 12 episodes for ‘The Social Entrepreneurs Podcast’. All episodes are available to stream on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

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