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News and Articles About Social entrepreneurship
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.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
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.
How One Investor Is Finding Profit in Social Change
First, his peers laughed at him. Now, they want in on supporting social entrepreneurs.
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TOMS Founder: 'Focus on Your Passion. Nothing Else Matters.'
After failing at launching a cable network, Blake Mycoskie found his passion in social entrepreneurship. Here is how he turned TOMS into a global force for good.
5 Ways to Leverage Your Social-Media Following to Close Sales
Once you've done the work to build a following, it only takes imagination to dream up new ways to capitalize.
3 Reasons Why Relying on Social-Media Marketing Is a Losing Strategy
Organic reach has plummeted. You need to think of social media as just one facet of a diverse marketing plan.
The Rise of the Young Social Entrepreneur
Entrepreneurship is about solving a problem, not starting a company.
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Investors Toss $18.5 Million at Salad Chain Sweetgreen
Shake Shack's founder Daniel Meyer, billionaire Steve Case and other investors are sold on the healthy, seasonal fast-casual.
This Group Aims to Connect Socially Responsible Startups With 'Retail' Investors
The TriLinc Global Impact Fund looks for established social enterprises in stable emerging markets that are ripe for growth capital.
How These Vet Entrepreneurs Are Bridging America's Civilian-Military Divide
Sword & Plough founder Emily N??ez Cavness and Pinterest exec Don Faul illustrate how military experience can translate into dynamic careers in the civilian sector.
For Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries to Succeed, They Need This
Just like entrepreneurs living in Silicon Valley, founders in developing countries need one important element to thrive.
Elizabeth Schaeffer Brown
Want to Protect Your Social Mission? Become a Benefit Corporation.
By incorporating as a benefit corporation, entrepreneurs can protect their mission by elevating their company's core social and environmental values to the status of law.
3 Lessons for Every Business From an Olympian
The drive to do something worthwhile is the most important motive an entrepreneur can have.
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