Corporate Social Responsibility | CrazySexyCool Entertainment
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Mission


​​​​​As a Social Enterprise 49% of our profits are reinvested back into the company and 51% is used for social purposes - empowering communities.

Social Enterprise is about changing the world through business. Social enterprises are businesses that trade to tackle social and environmental issues and causes, and thus improve communities and people’s lives. The UK is viewed as a pioneer of Social Enterprise - as this form of business is growing, globally.

There is no doubt that the modern corporation as we know it today has empowered individual genius and bestowed great social benefits. Yet it has also done great social harm. Many of the ills of modern life - non sustainable levels of personal and institutional debt, toxic air and water, workplace injury, loss of livelihoods for communities, political bribery - can be traced back to corporate lack of responsibility.
This initially was never intentional. No one wants to cause poverty, pollution, disease, unemployment and corruption. Rather, they want to make profits, but in that pursuit, they found that anti-social behaviour pays. To achieve profits in the short term, corporations exact ‘a social and environmental price’, and that price is high and rising.

The key to sustainable capitalism is reasonable profits as opposed to maximising profits. In the current system, a segment of society is trying to maximise profits without concern for the impact on the wellbeing of the society as a whole, while another segment of social organisations have to deal with the fallout.

The system is not working.

We believe there has never been a greater need for the Social Enterprise culture.

​​​​​​​Funding and finance remain a key barrier for startup Social Enterprises, charities and grass-roots causes.

We want to support visionaries around the world who are transforming their communities, addressing social & economic issues, racial and gender inequalities, and environmental sustainability.

​​​​​​​Each year we’ll provide funding for a number of these emerging leaders, who are working to bring about positive change and a more equitable society.

​​​​​​​We believe that these bold and passionate entrepreneurs with great ideas, can change the world.

Domestically and internationally our mission is to help social entrepreneurs achieve their vision, and build sustainable businesses through the capital funds we’ll provide. Our triple line business practices lead to social, environmental AND economic profitability. We think about growth as a way to serve our mission, not as an end itself.

‘Empowering communities’.

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Our Mission

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Social Entrepreneurship;
specifically investing in sustainable startup social enterprises, backing and supporting charities and grassroots social movements with grants - spurring economic development and sustainable community building.

Our Vision


Through our musical and festival productions we plan to advocate and champion the Social Enterprise culture.

Funding and finance remain a key barrier for startup social enterprises, charities and grassroots social causes.

We want to support visionaries around the world who are transforming their communities, addressing social and economic issues, racial and gender inequalities, and environmental sustainability.

Each year we’ll provide funding for a number of these emerging leaders, who are working to bring about positive change and a more equitable society. We believe these bold and passionate entrepreneurs with great ideas, can change the world.

Domestically and internationally, our mission is to help social entrepreneurs achieve their vision, and build sustainable businesses through the capital funds we’ll provide.

Our Commitment


​​​​​​​Through our Social Investment arm we are committed to supporting, investing and financing a diverse slate of sustainable social enterprise startups, charities and social causes, providing finance - capital investments via grants, and in-turn, acquiring equity in each social enterprise venture we commit to.

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'Empowering communities'

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