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By now you probably know that Pollinate Group took home the Ethical Enterprise Award winning title as well as a host of prizes, and a gorgeous Ethical Enterprise Award! We’ve excitedly shared the news and breakdown of the prizes and the generous sponsors and judges in our latest media release. (more…)

Another year of the Ethical Enterprise Conference has officially come to an end, and while we’re still wrapping up at the backend of this whirlwind, we want to take a moment to share with you some of the amazing messages, inspiring thoughts and key takeaways from this years ‘Collaboration for Change’ Conference. (more…)

If you’ve been following our events and social media over the last few weeks you’d know that HUMIFORM were the wonderful winners of the EEEPC 2019 at this years Ethical Enterprise Conference ‘Collaboration for Change’!
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People keep on asking me what my key learnings were from the Social Enterprise World Forum in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). So I thought I would take this opportunity to share with you what I got from attending the forum.
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Over the last four weeks, Moral Fairground have run a number of sessions called “The Collaborator”, where they have asked the business community to come together to collaborate on a social issue.

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We’ll explore the power of connecting communities, people and businesses, building new alliances with civil society and governments to address the challenges we face.

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This year the Ethical Enterpirse Conference theme is “Collaboration for Change”.

Collaboration is an interesting thing, we see collaboration taking place across different sectors and industries all the time. Collaboration grants an individual person or business the ability to work together to achieve a task or goal on a greater scale. (more…)

Thank you to all that participated and came to our 10th year anniversary, it was a major milestone for Moral Fairground.

Check out the photo library of Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle Festival 2019.

The seafood consumption and production system has undeniably shot up due to consumer demand. Thus, this forces the exploitation of seafood causing a threat to the marine ecosystem. As consumers, we need to make informed choices in regards to where our seafood is from. Through this, we can still maintain the quality of seafood as our source of protein that could continue help feeding our growing population.

From what I thought would just be a Q&A session turned out to a meaning full conversation with sustainable seafood chef, radio host and TV personality, Peter Hilcke.  (more…)

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