It’s the Women

Reflecting on my time in Thailand working with social entrepreneurs “it’s the women” that inspired me the most.  Women like Hasanah Kehmasow and Haswanee Pakbara, young women who live in a small village in the La-gnu District of southern Thailand.   The economy of their village relies on fishing for their economic sustainability. Yet, large [...]
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Intern Philip McHugh Reflection

“What I didn’t anticipate was the momentum and stability that a summer at Flywheel would provide me.” – Philip McHugh   When I first started at Flywheel, I didn’t really know what Flywheel Social Enterprise Hub was. In fact, I didn’t even know what a “flywheel” was. I figured that was a good place to […]

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So You Want to Start a Social Enterprise? (Part 2)

Flywheel Social Enterprise Hub’s three-part blog series, So You Want to Start a Social Enterprise, will walk you through the formation of a social enterprise through a legal lens. Produced in partnership with Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law, the series will answer questions about general legal structure, funding, and scaling your business.

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Social Enterprise Spotlight: Yankee Doodle Deli

Yankee Doodle Deli is a social enterprise located in Covington, Kentucky, that specializes in “ZELS.” ZELS are gourmet pretzels created by Marilyn Baker. Yankee Doodle Deli hires second chance workers and Marilyn dedicates her spare time to mentoring others on how to run a social enterprise […]

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We’re Hiring!

Want to make a difference in our community? Want to work in the heart of Cincinnati’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, Union Hall? Flywheel is accepting applications for a Communications Intern […]

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