A social entrepreneur, steering the next generation of impactful businesses
Belinda Bell sets out her mission to protect Social Enterprise from being hijacked by corporations as a marketing tool and clearly defines what a Social Enterprise is. In this podcast we find out about her life and the journey that brought her to The Judge Business School in Cambridge. Belinda is a social entrepreneur having set up multiple businesses with a social vision and has been supporting entrepreneurs who share her purpose.
Belinda is a social entrepreneur with experience in establishing, supporting and growing organisations that bridge the public, private and third sectors; alongside extensive experience in consultancy and within academia. She is currently Director of Cambridge Social Ventures, part of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation.
She has set up a number of social ventures herself and has considerable experience working to support entrepreneurs that are scaling their social ventures.
Her work is informed by a rigorous evidence-based underpinning and she continues to contribute to academic research and teaching at Cambridge Judge Business School.
Produced by Mark Cotton, Twitter.
Cambridge Social Ventures - supports a whole range of businesses that have positive social and environmental impacts.
Foundation East - support job creation, job sustainability and to strengthen communities by providing financial products and associated services.
Cambridge Judge Business School - is a provider of management education and is consistently ranked as one of the world's top business schools.