Tag: social entrepreneurship

Fueling Good

Emmaus Bags Two Brands for Good Awards

Reading Time: 3 minutes Emmaus Strategies bags two Brands for Good awards (Business Model and Social Giving & Engagement) under the “Community” category yesterday.   About Brands for Good Brands for Good is a movement to recognize Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) across Asia for being socially responsible; businesses that make a difference while also committing to be stewards…
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Reading Time: 1 minute Imagine with us… We tried our hand at animation to explain what Emmaus does. So here’s Emmaus-in-a-minute 😁 More than just an imagination; we strongly believe this vision of thriving lives, organizations and communities can be a reality. Start a “fuel good” conversation with us to explore how we can, together, help people, organizations and…
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Recognizing the Many Faces of Burnout

Reading Time: 2 minutes I must say I am humbled yesterday, as I learned how little I still know about burnout at The Hidden Good’s Thankful Thursday. Though I was there to share about burnout and what one can do about it, I ended up learning more than I gave. I started this journey of struggling to overcome burnout…
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Joining Forces to Bring Care to the Carers

Reading Time: 2 minutes A local study1  in 2015 found that 1 in 3 palliative care practitioners (doctors, nurses and social workers) in the public healthcare sector experience burnout. These are the very people who are on the frontline, working round-the-clock, caring and bringing comfort and support to terminally ill patients and their caregivers. And so, the need is…
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Reflections of Emmaus’ First with the Social Enterprise Summit

Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s a wrap for Emmaus’ first in participating in the DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Summit and the President’s Challenge Social Enterprise Networking Event. It had been an amazing experience and if I can sum it up with a few keywords, it would be potential, purpose, people, practice and pride. Potential. I have to admit that,…
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