>> Cause4 are featured in the Guardian’s Small Business Showcase.
>> Following the success of the 2013-14 Creative Entrepreneurs Scheme, applications for the 2014-15 programme open on May 23rd.
>> Cause4 and Cause4 Associate, Michael Button, is profiled as a success story for the UCL Enterprise scheme.
>> Cause4 is delighted to have been announced as a winner of the UnLtd Big Venture Challenge and joins the cohort for 2014!
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, writes for the Guardian: Single, female and under 30? You’re the top choice for a job abroad.
>> The Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Fellowship Programme is featured in Mailout magazine.
>> Cause4 is featured in Elite Business about first hires in a start-up.
>> The Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy monthly newsletter is now out – check out this month’s exciting news.
>> Michelle Wright, Cause4 CEO, writes for Real Business: When is the right time to set up a business?
>> As arts and cultural organisations face challenging financial times, a new generation of Arts Fundraisers offers a ray of light for the sector.
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, writes for the Huffington Post: Encouraging Entrepreneurial Spirit in the Team is key to success.
>> Recruitment for the Arts Fundraising Fellowship Programme 2014/15 is now open, both for Fellows and for Host Organisations.
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, writes for RealBusiness: Is improvisation the key to entrepreneurial success?
>> Cause4 Chair, Sir Tom Hughes-Hallett, is featured in an article in the Civil Society following the Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy training: ‘Hughes-Hallett urges trustees to spend money on fundraising and stump up themselves‘.
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, leads an invaluable one day course ‘Taking an Innovative Approach to Fundraising’ in which she will demonstrate how organisations can achieve fundraising success through taking a fresh approach to strategy and partnership development.
>> The Cause4 Spring newsletter is hot off the press!
>> Michelle Wright, Cause4 CEO, writes for Real Business, if entrepreneurs fail to plan an exit, do they plan to fail?
>> Michelle Wright, Cause4 CEO, writes for the Guardian, what three pieces of advice should entrepreneurs ignore?
>> Michelle Wright, Cause4 CEO, cited in How an MBA helps women in Business for Top MBA.
>> Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett, Cause4 Chair, writes on what makes a good trustee in Arts Professional.
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, writes for The Huffington Post: Is Entrepreneurship Education wasted on the young?
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, writes for Real Business: Youth entrepreneur culture risks getting out of hand.
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, writes for The Huffington Post: How Should Businesses Celebrate 10 Years of Facebook?
>> Cause4 is featured in Business Zone article: ‘Party pledges at FSB policy conference: The small business reaction’.
>> Michelle Wright, CEO writes about ‘Sharism’ and competitive advantage for the Guardian Women in Leadership.
>> Next Women announces top 10 most read blogs of 2013 – includes article from Michelle Wright, CEO, on female social innovators that are changing the world.
>> Michelle Wright, CEO writes for the Huffington Post: The Rise of the Corporate Foundation – A New Philanthropic Trend for 2014.
>> Cause4 sends out the Christmas newsletter. Merry Christmas everyone!
>> Michelle Wright, CEO writes for the Huffington Post on how we can overcome the Charity Women cliche
>>Michelle Wright, CEO writes for the Guardian about why the World’s Most Valuable brands have women on their boards.
>> Cause4 Opinion has been nominated for the National UK Blog Awards 2014 for its contribution to the debate about the latest trends in fundraising, philanthropy and social enterprise. Please vote here.
>> Michelle Wright, CEO, featured in Elite Business magazine about the need for businesses to work together.
>> Goldman Sachs features CEO, Michelle Wright, for her success in establishing and running Cause4.
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, quoted in Financial Times about how charities can find enterprising ways to fill the funding gap.
>> Michelle Wright writes an in the Telegraph: In the midst of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the chief executive of Cause4 writes that entrepreneurs are born not made.
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, is quoted in the Guardian on her views on maternity leave.
>> Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, is profiled in The Times.
>> Cause4 Chair in the Financial Times: Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett: from the bar to banking – and on to philanthropy.
>> The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation awards major grant to Barbican Centre and Guildhall School of Music & Drama for six music education hubs in east London to establish an East London and City Culture Partnership.
>> Cause4 named in Silicon Valley comes to the UK 100 list 2013 as high-potenti