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July 14, 2014
PRESS RELEASE: Austerity has made Britons kinder, says new report

Despite the austerity measures of the past few years that have seen massive cuts in welfare spending in the UK, Britons have become kinder towards each other by volunteering in huge numbers. This is main finding of independent research conducted by EPG Economic and Strategy Consulting of Sewa Day.

March 24, 2014
Can India become the hotspot for global innovation in pharma?

Traditionally Indian pharma has stayed away from drug discovery or out-licensing molecules due the costs and risks associated with bringing drugs to market. This article explores whether Indian can became a major global pharmaceutical innovator.
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October 8, 2013
PRESS RELEASE: Leading Hindu organisation adds up to £5.4m value to British economy

This report is a first-of-its-kind social impact evaluation study performed for a religious or spiritual body in Britain and more widely. The report evaluates the social impact generated by the Hindu Forum of Britain and addresses the key challenges it faces in growing and serving the needs of Britain’s Hindu population.
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October 3, 2013
PRESS RELEASE: UK Conclave Explores Indian Education Investment Potential

The first-of-its-kind India Education Investment Conclave 2013 featured key participants from the UK and India education and skills sectors.
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October 1, 2013
Social impact report – Hub King’s Cross

Impact Hub King’s Cross presents here it’s first snap shot impact report, marking the
organisation’s 5th anniversary and the evolution of the HUB network to Impact Hub network.
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July 10, 2013
The Balance Sheet: The Global Citizen Forum – For the greater good

GCF sought to bring together global leaders on a common platform to deliberate upon issues that affect youth across the globe and attempt to suggest amendments to existing laws and cultural practices that are beneficial to the development of future generations. The intention was to create a powerful catalyst for positive change and action on issues which concern the planet.
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July 4, 2013
PRESS RELEASE: EPG becomes Knowledge Partner for India Education Investment Conclave 2013 on 2-3 October

EPG Economic and Strategy Consulting has been announced as the Knowledge Partners for the India Education Investment Conclave 2013, on 2-3 October.
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June 28, 2013
PRESS RELEASE: Up to £11.7 million of economic benefit to Britain during Sewa Day last year

Fifty thousand people clocked up 390,000 hours of volunteering during Sewa Day in 2012, the annual global initiative. According to the report by EPG, Sewa Day generated a Social Return of Investment (SROI) of £2.60 for every £1 invested into it, equating to up to £11.7m million of additional value for Britain in 2012. This social impact of represents an increase of at least 15 times over the previous year.
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June 12, 2013
The Balance Sheet: Private versus social returns of innovation

It is the age of austerity in Europe. In India, it is the age of frugality, as the middle class expands and innovation drives a kind of resource-conscious economic growth. A new book by Navi Radjou, Jaideep Prabhu, and Simone Ahuja called Jugaad Innovation reframes the language of modern resource-conscious, frugal innovation in terms of jugaad.
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June 12, 2013
The Balance Sheet: India’s higher education challenges

Indian minister Kapil Sibal estimated recently that India needs 1,500 universities, almost three times as much as the current 564, to serve its young and aspiring population, and meet expectations for economic growth. This oft-quoted but unofficial observation reflects the scale of ambition of the Indian policy-makers, and the direct connection they make between higher education and economic growth. Consequently, India is the only major economy in the world where the government is still spending money on setting up new higher education institutions, and building up capacity in the old ones. This effort will get a further boost by the recent appearance of three of the IITs – Kharagpur (226-250), Bombay (251-275) and Roorkee (351-400) – in the Times Global 400 league table; though none of them made it to the top 200 yet.

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