With London Fashion Week well underway we will be asking x+why members, Whitechapel locals, and friends far and wide, to pop into our reception to make a powerful fashion statement of their own, with Craftivist Collective’s ‘Mini Fashion Statements’ in support of Fashion Revolution
We have all heard time and time again that excellent customer experience and organisational profit are strongly linked to a thriving, positive internal culture - Purpose-driven, empowered, accountable, self-managing. It’s the lifeblood of the famous tech giants. It’s what all the best business books are talking about…it’s what success looks like now, and in the future. But, what are the practical steps we need to take to make that a reality?
Join us for an inspiring night of craftivism, entrepreneurship, and intelligent conversation. As well as some drinks, nibbles and laughter.
Sarah Corbett will be launching the hardback version of her book ‘How to be a Craftivist’ and speaking to x+why CEO, Rupert Dean, in a live episode of our new podcast, ‘Why’s Words’
Whether you are working on social impact, innovation or organisational change projects, Transformational Thinking helps you when there are no easy solutions.
Solve your problems by developing your cognitive capacity by adding a new dimension to your thought processes and enhancing the effectiveness of the tools and skills you are already using with excellence.
Get the skills to create or enhance your Charity / Social Enterprise's Instagram account, in this small, friendly & interactive workshop
An x+why members-only event, run by our very own Sarah Corbett, award-winning activist and founder of the Craftivist Collective.
Come and join Sarah for this wellness and ‘well-making’ event to awaken your inner activism, remind you of your personal motivations and ‘why’, and meet like-minded x+why members.
Join us for a conversation about Social Mobility.
A skilled, talented and diverse workforce is essential to the success of individual businesses and the economy as a whole. However, at this critical time for the future of our country, social mobility is stagnant and the better off are 80 per cent more likely to make it into professional jobs than those from working class backgrounds.
An introduction from B Lab, x+why and Ella's Kitchen CEO, Mark Cuddigan on the importance of measuring impact and becoming a B Corps
A practical workshop for founders and leaders of SMEs and start-ups to learn about how to measure, embed and communicate purpose the right way.
An x+why breakfast session, hosted by WOW Labs, all about HR for the modern world.