Ethical Enterprise Award 2014
Winner of the Ethical Enterprise Award 2014 Announced
Congratulations Seven Women
Ethical Enterprise Award 2014 Finalists
Mission Australia’s Soft Landing
Mission Australia mattress recycling program has created over 200 FTE jobs and 400 training opportunities for unemployed participants and has recycled over 400,000 mattresses whilst holding a strong ethical commitment to sustainable job creation through recycling.
Etiko is the pioneering fairtrade focussed company which introduced ethically produced, eco-friendly fashion, footwear and sportsgear onto the Australia market. In the process it has helped fund community development projects in a number of developing nations as well as health programs in Central Australia.
The Dharma Door
The Dharma Door’s aim is to bring the highest quality Fair Trade homewares and lifestyle products to a market that values contemporary design, while making a positive impact through trade.
Founded on the belief that human rights must be upheld and that everyone should be treated equally, Eternal Creation strives to provide an ethical working environment at their Himalayan Tailoring Centre.
‘STREAT is a social enterprise that operate a portfolio of hospitality businesses that provide homeless and disadvantaged young people aged 16-25 years a supported pathway into the hospitality industry.’
Steph is the founder of seven women, a development organisation in the form of a social enterprise which Socially and economically empowers marginalised women in Nepal. We empower by education, skills training, and income generating activities. We started with seven women and have grown to over 755 women to date who are having ripple effects in their communities.
MASTER OF CEREMONIES & ENTERTAINMENT TALENT
To be eligible to apply for this award, your ethical enterprise must:
- Be a business or organisation that has made positive impact on the social and economical status of a local or overseas community through its innovative and ethical trade practices. Find out more about the winner and finalists of the 2013 Ethical Enterprise Award.
- Demonstrate the delivery of positive outcomes and change in the community through its trade practices or as a result of its enterprise model.
- Be an Australian-based registered business or organisation.
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Ethical Enterprise Award Judging Panel
Kim is Director of the Centre for Applied Social Research at RMIT University in Melbourne, and has an international reputation for his work in the sociology of consumption and material life. Much of Kim’s research over the past two decades has focused on the history, theory and politics of consumption and, more recently, on anti-consumerism as a social movement.
Currently, Kim is working on a major (Australian Research Council) study of ethical consumption in Australia along with RMIT colleagues Tania Lewis, Alison Huber, Ferne Edwards and Paula Arcari. Kim’s books include; Shelf Life: Supermarkets and the Changing Cultures of Consumption (Cambridge University Press, 1998 & 2011), Excess: Anti-Consumerism in the West (Polity, 2010), and the co-edited collection Consumer Australia: Historical Perspectives (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010).
General Manager – Strategy and Communications
Paul has a background in actuarial consultancy, where he specialised in superannuation and investments working with UK pension fund clients on asset allocation strategies and investment manager appointments.
He then moved into marketing initially with Schroders in the UK where he managed a large re-branding project, and in Australia where he has worked with a number of organisations and not for profits, including time as national marketing manager for Carbon Planet.
He is also a founding member of Conscious Capitalism’s Australian Chapter.