FBN Pacific Asia

in Social Enterprise

The Family Business Network is a not-for-profit international network that is run by family businesses, for family businesses, with the aim of strengthening success over generations. The Family Business Network (FBN) is about: – sharing best practice and knowledge within our worldwide network. – supporting the Next Generation (aged 18-40) of business-owning families; and – promoting the case for family business to governments and tax decision-makers.  

eHomemakers

in Social Enterprise

We are South East Asia’s only community network that promotes working from home, teleworking and the running of SOHO businesses through the use of information and communications technology. Our e-community promotes self-help, business partnerships and entrepreneurship development for those who want to balance work and home life. Our social profit is derived from a  pro-poor project focusing on eco-baskets production and service provision to empower women to embark on social-economic self-reliance. Our Vision, Mission, Goals And Uniqueness VISION Helping people to help...

Akasaa

in Social Enterprise

Consulting and communications social enterprise.  

Social Enterprise Malaysia

in Social Enterprise

Social Enterprise Malaysia by Tandemic is a gateway to social enterprise, social business, and social innovation in Malaysia. Social Enterprise Malaysia focuses on building public awareness and understanding of social enterprise and social business to spur a new generation of social entrepreneurs. You can find information about the definition of social enterprise, how social enterprises are structured and how they generate revenue, as well several programmes on their web site. Social Enterprise Malaysia runs the Social Enterprise Policy working group advocating for better policy for social...

TRACC (Tropical Research And Conservation Centre)

in Social Enterprise

TRACC (Tropical Research And Conservation Centre) is a marine conservation organisation in Sabah, Malaysia that works on meaningful solutions to marine conservation problems at all levels, from Federal Government to Bajau Laut communities with a staff of a handful full time scientists, a large support staff and an army of local and foreign volunteers. Projects TRACC have engaged in of recent times in the aim of marine conservation include: Running a marine conservation project on Pulau Pom Pom, restoring the reef from decades of bomb fishing Working with the government to formulate...

The MAD Experience

in Social Enterprise

We are NOT a charity. We are a business that uses 100% of our profits to do more social good. That means no big fat bonuses, no obscene salaries and no dividend payouts to our investors. We exist purely to pursue and fulfil our social mission! We’re on a MAD Mission We envision a world where everyone is actively involved in reducing poverty. We’ve made it our mission to end poverty by empowering everyday people to fund and implement poverty alleviation projects through crowd fundraising and impact focused volunteering. MAD’s Business Model Here’s how it works MAD...

Dialogue in the Dark Malaysia

in Differently Abled, Social Enterprise

Who are we Established 19th September 2012 with the mission to facilitate social inclusion of marginalised people on a global basis A social enterprise (SE) licensed by the Dialogue Social Enterprise (Germany) authorised to hold exhibitions and business workshops in Malaysia SEs are businesses that trade to tackle social problems, improve communities, people’s life chances, or/and the environment. SEs make money from selling goods and services in the open market, but SEs reinvests profits back into the business or the local community The DID exhibition centre at Petrosains, Suria KLCC was...

Food Aid Foundation

in Children, Differently Abled, Environment, Orang Asli, Recommended, Refugees, Senior Citizens, Single parents, Social Enterprise, Sponsors, Support Groups, Youth

Who we are The Food Aid Foundation is managed by professionals with experience in the food services industry and supported by a team of staff comprising of employees and volunteers; with a pool of cooks and drivers, we are ready to serve those in need. Our Values and Accountability We Honour Lives, respect the dignity of every person and treat all with equality and compassion regardless of their race or religion. We Keep Faith with the public trust through efficient and compassionate use of resources entrusted to us and are mindful that our objective is accomplished through the generosity...

ERA Consumer Malaysia – Education & Research Association For Consumers Malaysia

in Education, Social Enterprise

ERA Consumer Malaysia is a voluntary, non-profit and non-political organisation registered under the Societies Act of Malaysia 1966. It was founded in the state of Perak in 1985 as a research, education and consumer and human rights advocacy group and subsequently expanded into a national organisation, now based in Kuala Lumpur. ERA Consumer’s early success was getting the national Consumer Protection Act passed. However our evolving work in this area, and our increasing capabilities to train and conduct community trainings, naturally led ERA Consumer to an expanded portfolio of programs....

Venture Sense

in Social Enterprise, Youth

FOUNDING STORIES Venture Sense started because the founders are crazy !They are a crazy group of like minded students, that believe their action will shape and change the future. They strongly believe in the notion that everyone has infinite possibilities capabilities and have the potential to revolutionize the world.However, many will not reach their full potential because the environment does not permit them to. Hence, we created a solution, a platform for everyone to explore and reach their potential. The question now remains, do you want to change the world ? Do you want to create...

Tanoti Sdn Bhd

in Social Enterprise, Women

Tanoti Sdn Bhd is a congregation of Sarawakian women weavers and artisans dedicated towards the production, promotion and proliferation of hand-crafted fabrics. This continuously-growing community of craftswomen had its origins in a research and development workshop set up by a foundation established by Her Royal Highness the Queen of Malaysia in 2008, the Yayasan Tuanku Nur Zahirah. The workshop was privatised in 2012 pursuant to a restructuring exercise undertaken by the foundation. Tanoti aims to make good the vision of the foundation, that is to improve lives and livelihoods of...

Arkitrek

in Social Enterprise

Arkitrek is rooted in a love of wilderness areas and the question of what we in the construction industry can do to protect them. We are experts in sustainable design, in particular tropical passive design and the integration of architecture with social infrastructure and the natural environment. We practice participatory design and engage with volunteers, students and communities in many of our projects. A snapshot of our company values can be found on The Arkitrek Manifesto Our Arkitrek Camp is an experiential learning program that inculcates values of sustainability, community engagement...

Biji-biji Initiative

in Social Enterprise

We are a collective of social entrepreneurs with a mission is to raise  awareness about the urban waste problem in Kuala Lumpur. We do this by making products, builds and installations from upcycled materials that are usually considered waste.From design to production or construction, we turn your ideas into reality. At Biji-Biji, We love making things. We have our own workshop where we like to create useful and interesting products from start to finish. Conceptualization, Design, Prototype Development and Production, we do it all. We believe it is empowering to have knowledge of the entire...

Drug Free Youth Association

in Social Enterprise

Drug Free Youth is a group of young DIY musicians that has been educating and spreading awareness to the youth about dangers of drugs through music, arts and extreme sports since 2010. DFYA aims to show drug free lifestyle is more cool than getting wasted at parties or other social events. DFYA encourages to make local musicians to become active in raising awareness about drug abuse and hope to eventually work with mainstream partners. DFYA believes that the best weapon to fight drugs is through the education. DFYA also believes in Straight Edge whereby the power community support and...

Earth Heir

in Environment, Social Enterprise, Women, Youth

About Celebrating Craftsmanship! Passionately designed, ethically born. Description Our story began with a desire to reduce the exploitation of craftspeople and help them benefit directly from the work of their hands. We partner with master craftspeople to create timeless, contemporary pieces whilst preserving the heritage and tradition of their forebears. Intent on empowering craftspeople to achieve sustainable livelihoods – we now present these works, each lovingly handmade with a human story. We advocate fair trade principles and ethical partnerships with the craftspersons...

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