News and Articles About Social Entrepreneurs
Instead of constantly fundraising, Y Combinator graduate Watsi has adopted a more defined model.
When your business is mission-driven, there is the added complexity of educating potential customers on the purpose and the drive behind the organization.
A growing number of people are trying to prove to investors, other startups and the world at large that it's possible to build a socially-minded business without necessarily having to be a non-profit.
KIND Snacks founder Daniel Lubetzky candidly talks about the failures and stories that shaped his company's $1 billion sales success.
Is the right thing from a customer perspective, the societal impact, maximizing business returns or personal benefit?
Oliberte founder Tal Dehtiar sells handmade stylish sneaker-shoes. At the same time, he is demonstrating a new model of 'charity.'
The Brooklyn, N.Y.-based crowdfunding platform announced that it is now a public benefit corporation.
In his book, Daniel Lubetzky explains how he found a way for KIND Snacks' business objectives to live in harmony with its social objectives.
The Halcyon Incubator offers a stipend, mentorship, PR help and more.
An Amazing Athletes franchisee does well by doing good.
At a time when social entrepreneurs are hungry for eye-popping numbers -- things donated, lives changed -- Jacob Lief is going against the grain.
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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.
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