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Written by:
Paul Holland
05 Jul 2023

The Cambridge Social Innovation Prize is five years old, and to celebrate five exceptional social entrepreneurs have been recognised for their achievements and ambition in creating social change through business.

For the fifth anniversary of the prize, the winners have been selected for their socially impactful practices in community healthcare; employment of the homeless, empowerment of young leaders, the delivery of independent news for the global impact community and working with organisations to create impactful supply chains.

These awards are made annually to extraordinary founder-CEOs of scale-up social enterprises to support their growth as leaders. Uniquely, the Cambridge Social Innovation Prize recognises mid-career social innovators; and the prize includes a £10,000 cash award for personal and professional development. Additionally, mentoring from experts at Cambridge Judge Business School and support from an expanding community of social innovators at Trinity Hall will help them to develop the skills, resources, and networks they need to create more impact from their work.