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How Two Ambitious Women Found Success With a Cause-Driven Company
Their mission is to help the women of Ghana start businesses that solve an age-old crisis: the shortage of clean water.
To Create an Underlying Social Mission, Focus on the 3S's
The greatest stamina for any entrepreneur comes from life purpose, and building a movement around your startup can be the difference between failure and breakout success.
4 Strategies for Making Your Social Enterprise Stand Out From the Crowd
An increasing number of companies are carving out a place in the market by appealing to the desire of customers to do good. Don't underestimate how competitive it can be.
Adrian Grenier: To Succeed, Entrepreneurs Must Have a Social Mission
The Entourage star recently discussed the role of businesses and the future of sustainability at SXSW.
5 Ways Businesses Can Help Urban Youth Succeed in the Future Workforce
Get involved in closing the technology and higher education gaps.
Do Good or Make Money? Why It's Not Even a Question.
Leading entrepreneurs, investors and thought leaders explain what impact investing is and why you should care.
These Chefs Just Raised $100,000 to Make Cheap, Healthy Fast Food
A food truck legend and fine-dining restauranteur are trying to build a healthy restaurant that will truly compete with the fast-food biggies in terms of price and customers.
Warby Parker Co-Founder On the Next Generation of Social Entrepreneurship
Neil Blumenthal hopes the next class of change-making innovators set their targets on fixing government.
From Rural Villages to Backpacking in Yosemite, This Startup Wants to Be Your Power Source
Brooklyn, N.Y.-based BioLite aims to solve big issues with a line-up of small devices.
How Giving Could Become Your Default Weapon of Choice
Three successful leaders in business are modeling the idea that being generous is a valuable goal in itself.
If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em: Why Two Competitors Joined Forces in the Fight to Beat Cancer
Sometimes it makes sense to merge with your competition. Yael Cohen Braun and Julie Greenbaum didn't always think so, but they do now.
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How Tony Hawk Skated Past Rookie Business Mistakes on His Ride to Success
The legendary skateboarder describes his early entrepreneurial wipeouts and the hard lessons he learned from them.
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Sweet Deal: How One Company Found a New Way to Support Cacao Farmers
Maya Mountain Cacao helps farmers focus on sustainable techniques and a better product while investors make a profit.
You Can Do Good by Doing Well, If You Pick the Right Social Enterprise Model
Since both consumers and energetic young employees prefer companies dedicated to social good, philanthropy is a viable business strategy.
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