In the 5th episode, host Simon Milton, Founder of Pulse Brands and SBT Trustee welcomes Lucinda Case, Managing Director, Thomson Reuters, Simon Ridpath, Managing Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys, and David Dunckley, CEO, Grant Thornton. Guests discuss what purpose means to them, what's important in their firms and the challenges and opportunities ahead.

We have an internal talent marketplace, which is where we advertise normally internal opportunities for people to be involved in innovation projects, and so they can stretch themselves try something a bit different. We now put Social Business Trust opportunities onto that talent marketplace, because we do see them as just an extraordinary way for people to develop themselves. And to me, it's not only about people learning to stretch and learn new skills, but they also all feel so good about what they're doing, their sense of value has been reinforced hugely. - Lucinda Case, Thomson Reuters

The podcast episode is part of a series, focusing on the world of social enterprise, speaking to experts across the sector and to the world’s largest corporations to understand the benefits of corporate volunteering, and giving back to those in need.

Previous guests include Andy Haldane, speaking in his capacity as Founder and Trustee at Pro Bono Economics, Larissa Joy OBE, Chair at SBT and Sir Damon Buffini, Former Chair and Founding Partner of Permira.

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