Welcome to our newest member, Michael Bois, owner of men’s made-to-measure suiting business, Beg Your Pardon, located in Adelaide’s East End.
Michael is also a passionate advocate for people who have lived experience with disability. Beg Your Pardon has been a long-time sponsor of the Amelia Rix award, acknowledging people with lived experience in their efforts to secure employment. Michael is a board member of Community Bridging Services, a not for profit supporting people with lived experience. In his spare time, he is the founder and director of hospitality start-up, Treats, which is set to launch in late 2022.
Having lived the start-up life, I understand how challenging it can be for businesses and organisations, both for profit and not for profit, to raise funds. Impact100 SA offers a truly democratic fundraising avenue, with meaningful support to help founders and NFPs better navigate their start-up journey. It’s a valuable initiative that I am proud to be a part of.