News and Articles About Doing Good
As entrepreneurs, we have the ability to impact the lives of others in a positive way.
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Remember: Social entrepreneurship must make business sense.
To be successful, businesses on a mission to do good should look to and rely on hard numbers.
For one female entrepreneur, the idea of impact goes far beyond money and success, and cuts to the heart of the human experience.
For the popular TV host, business sometimes comes down to mercenary versus missionary.
You don't have to give anything up to become a market leader. In fact, you can be the good guy.
These companies make social giving and volunteering easy.
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Etsy doesn't think of itself as just another e-commerce company. It says its mission is to 're-imagine commerce.
In his new book, Daniel Lubetzky explains how he found a way for KIND Snacks' business objectives to live in harmony with its social objectives.
"Everything seems possible in a 100 years, so it's both useful and important to focus the big vision," says the head of a digital agency.
Jigar Shah wants to help the environment -- and he's getting the money to make it happen.
The glasses company is the latest example of a successful 'buy-one-give-one' business model.
Young professionals say business is too focused on a narrow agenda of profit and product, rather than on improving society by addressing the purpose and people of business.