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Have you ever considered setting up a social enterprise or pondered how to deliver really impactful communications? If the answer is yes, then this podcast is for you. Ravinol Chambers, Founder of the B Corp, Be Inspired Films, takes listeners on his journey from aspirational stockbroker, to monk, to award-winning filmmaker and social entrepreneur; whilst arguably providing 25 minutes of free coaching.
This succinct podcast is packed full of helpful tips and provides insight from someone who walks the walk as well as talks the talk.
Ravinol explains that to be a successful social entrepreneur he must create excellent work above all else, learn to track the numbers and go all in. Whilst he requires a hero, clarity of purpose and a keen BS sensor to make great films!
During our conversation, Ravinol also reveals details about his newest and most exciting project to date: His first feature-length documentary – Road to Vrindavan. The film explores the challenges girls in India face fulfilling their potential and the importance of engaging men as allies to help make a difference.
If you feel inspired to support the documentary, check out the crowdfunding campaign and help bring the film to the world - http://bit.ly/roadtovrindavan. To enquire about hosting a private screening, partnership opportunities or anything else, you can contact Ravinol on email@example.com / 0208 123 1183
Listen to learn more about the film and to hear Ravinol’s advice on running a business with a purpose beyond profit and how to create great films for social impact.
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