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Nemi Teas blends

This #AChangingWorld episode features Pranav Chopra, a social entrepreneur who founded Nemi Teas. This podcast definitely goes down even better with a cup of tea as he talks about how social investment has played a part in his journey and the potential ways to scale up. https://soundcloud.com/goodfinance/a-changing-world-nemi-teas

Duration 
3
Cost of capital 
9.5%

It was wonderful to hear from Lizzie Jordan, founder of social enterprise Think2Speak. Listen to this podcast as part of our #AChangingWorld series and we explore how social investment has affected organisations during the lockdown and the opportunities it could now present.

Duration 
2
Cost of capital 
5%
Amount invested 
£400,000

Estuary Homes was created in early 2017 to enable the three partner organisations (Foresight, Preston Road Women’s Centre and CERT) to pursue their objective of offering safe accommodation to vulnerable groups locally in Humberside.

Duration 
5 years
Cost of capital 
5.5%
Turnover 
N/A
Amount invested 
£400,000

It was great to hear from Mark Newcombe, co-founder of The Craufurd Arms, a community pub in Slough. Listen to this podcast as part of our #AChangingWorld series and we explore how social investment has affected organisations during the lockdown and the opportunities it could now present.

Duration 
4 years
Amount invested 
£592,000
Cardboard Citizens

We were delighted to hear from Geetha Rabindrakumar, Director of Social Change at charity Cardboard Citizens. Listen to this podcast as part of our #AChangingWorld series and we explore how social investment has affected organisations during the lockdown and the opportunities it could now present.

ToolShed is a social enterprise helping young people start their career in construction.

Duration 
5 years
Cost of capital 
10%
Turnover 
£385k
Amount invested 
£70,000