What better way to get to know someone than over a meal? We were joined by some leaders in the social enterprise sector for a mouthwatering lunch (thanks Kinfolk Cafe!) and a chat during our ‘Be a Goodsmith’ event at Donkey Wheel House in late August.

Our engaged group listened closely as our guest speakers divulged their inspirations, motivations and business secrets.

“Through learning and action, we create better ways of living together.” Cinnamon Evans, CERES

“Time is precious. You have the power to decide how to invest it, the impact you will have, the lives you will change. Define your moment.” Kristian Martinow, The Timekeeper

“I believe business can be a force for social change.” Jarrod Briffa, Kinfolk Enterprise

“We always want to be adhering to those core values of integrity, transparency and respect.” Nick Pearce, HoMie

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