Social ventures really need profit, not donations, to survive and prosper.
Starting a Business
When Rebecca van Bergen couldn't find a job that fit all her interests, she decided to start her own business and ended up helping a group of artisans that was quickly disappearing.
You can start establishing your presence by using customer reviews, testimonials and authority logos.
There are newfound opportunities in the developing world to help others leave poverty behind while creating profits for your social entrepreneurial venture.
Pet nutritionist Marc Ching risks his life posing as an 'American dog meat entrepreneur' in Asian slaughterhouses.
Make More Happen
Social entrepreneurship is a way to bring ideas to the forefront and create more meaningful impacts.
Meet the founder of charity:water, who turned his penchant for throwing parties into a way to raise money to solve a critical problem.
Find out how the three pillars of the Charity Industrial Complex are holding charities back from really making an impact and how your social business can be different.
Thinking differently about an existing problem helped African Clean Energy capture a market of needy prospects.
One of the newest legal corporate designations, B Corps., can help you take advantage of legal protection while your new business is trying to do some good in the world.
A company gets more proficient and profitable when it is focused on the well being of everyone it touches.
Make More Happen
As entrepreneurs, may we strive to implement the humility and hard work of a fisherman to build stronger, community-driven, inclusive companies that ultimately have the ability to adapt and change.
Doing good is good for business. Here are the steps to make social consciousness part of your company.