The Role Social Enterprises Play in Empowering People

By Leaderonomics|09-07-2020 | 2 Min Read

Empowering People Through Sustainability

with Rashvin Pal Singh

In episode five, host Kim Lim, Co-founder and CEO of PichaEats, interviews Rashvin Pal Singh; Group Chief Executive Officer of Biji-Biji Initiative and Me.reka, on the role social enterprises play in empowering people to solve their own problems.
Meticulous and prudent in identifying, implementing and executing necessary strategic tools that are crucial to the execution and excellence of a project, Rashvin’s passion lies in the fields of sustainable development, social entrepreneurship, and alternative models to growth economics.

When we make products out of waste materials, the bigger purpose here is we want people to look at a material not from the first level view that you get, but the intrinsic value of the material.

Photo Credit: GenerationT’s Website
In this podcast, Rashvin shares how our patterns of consumption is the real challenge behind global waste issues and how Biji Biji Initiative is currently attempting to tackle this issue. Having inspired 40 thousand individuals, generated 27 million warts of energy and recycled 15 thousand kilograms of waste, Rashvin strongly believes in creating change through establishing innovative business models, financial transparency, and using open source and collaborative principles.

Read a related article: Impact Investing and Social Enterprises
Futuristic Enterprise is a podcast series brought to you by Leaderonomics FM, in collaboration with PichaEats on sustainable enterprises. Hear from Founders and CEOs from around the world, as they share their life-changing stories and socially conscious business models that contribute to the goodness and sustainability of the future.
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