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Speaker Biography

Nick Temple

 Nick Temple
Before joining Social Enterprise UK, Nick was working as an independent consultant with a whole host of organisations, including UnLtd, Skills Third Sector, the Guardian, Venture Partnership Foundation, Stepping Out, British Council and the London School of Economics.

Nick also co-founded and helped run POPse!, the world’s first pop-up social enterprise think-tank, and is on the board of the SROI Network.

Nick was previously the Director of Policy and Communications at the School for Social Entrepreneurs, with responsibility for all communications, policy work with government, and overseeing evaluation and research. He also designed and delivered learning programmes on social franchising and for leaders of NHS Right to Request social enterprises.

Before that, he was director of the Global Ideas Bank and the Natural Death Centre, and co-edited Poem for the Day Two and the Time Out Book of Country Walks vol.2, books whose royalties go back into charitable work.

A huge fan of both coffee and American Football, which makes his current fave social enterprises CaféDirect (especially in the form of Machu Picchu Organic) and the Green Bay Packers, the only non-profit, community-owned major league professional sports team in the United States (and the current SuperBowl champions).


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