So-called 'impact investing' rose to $15.2 billion globally last year from $10.6 billion in 2014, according to a recent report by the Global Impact Investing Network.
These 6 characteristics have set millennials apart from other generations and, together, have made them an entrepreneurial force to be reckoned with.
Millennials want instant gratification, even when it comes to making a difference.
Entrepreneur Network partner Mindie Kaplan of 'Rated VR' interviews social-media sensation Josh Ostrovsky, better known as the Fat Jew, in this debut virtual reality experience to run tomorrow at 12 p.m. EST.
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Quadriplegic entrepreneur spearheads efforts to develop smartphone and other devices for people with physical limitations.
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The focus is shifting from money in the bank to society's biggest challenges.
Social ventures really need profit, not donations, to survive and prosper.
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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.
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