After a busy 2014, we hope that you are all looking forward to celebrating Christmas and the New Year.
Latest News from Cause4
I’ve been thinking a lot about failure recently. Over the years, I shudder to think about how much time I have wasted worrying about whether I have failed a test or haven’t done ‘well enough’. And when I did fail something, like my first driving test for example, it undoubtedly only served to make me a better driver in the end. The angst of worrying about the failure was pointless.
Shining a spotlight on women executives, entrepreneurs, and organizations run by women, the Stevie® Awards for Women in Business announces the results of its 2014 competition.
Ali Khimji, Development Coordinator at Cause4, conducted the survey to investigate the attitudes of British Muslims to charitable giving and any motivations behind supporting particular causes.
Close Brothers Asset Management (CBAM) today announces a partnership with social enterprise Cause4 to roll-out its successful charity Trustee Leadership Programme across five UK regions.
Santander’s Breakthrough programme is delighted to announce the launch of the Women in Breakthrough Mentoring Programme for the next generation of fast-growth female entrepreneurs, in partnership with social enterprise Cause4.
So who says that nobody is talking about opera? I recently attended the premiere of John Adams’ The Death of Klinghoffer at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. Never before have I been present at an arts event amidst such protest. As the opera’s alleged anti-semitism took centre stage, armed security surrounded the beautiful Met theatre, and with many protestors both inside and outside the performance, it was a night at the opera unlike any other.
If you’ve got an idea or have recently launched your own business, you’re probably wondering when you can take a step back and enjoy that sip of champagne. In honesty, there’s not a magic potion for success but there’s a number of steps you could follow to make the ride better! Here, O2 Smarta 100 winner Michelle Wright, founder and CEO of Cause4, gives her advice on the maximising your potential.