Social Entrepreneurs

6 Founders Whose Companies Are Making a Big Difference in the World
Philanthropy

6 Founders Whose Companies Are Making a Big Difference in the World

Brad Ludden, Taylor Conroy and Dr. Amit Goffer are just a few entrepreneurs with altruistic motives.
Thomas Smale
10 Incredible Nonprofits and the Women Behind Them
Nonprofits

10 Incredible Nonprofits and the Women Behind Them

From Girls Who Code to Women for Women International, women-led organizations are making the world better.
Elizabeth Chung
Technology Opens the Door for Entrepreneurs to Achieve the Triple Bottom Line
Social Entrepreneurs

Technology Opens the Door for Entrepreneurs to Achieve the Triple Bottom Line

These days, every company, no matter what industry, is a technology company. The focus should be on people, planet and profit.
Elizabeth Gore
Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Social Entrepreneur?
Social Entrepreneurs

Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Social Entrepreneur?

'In particular, the two principles of self-reflection and genuine humility are especially important.'
Deborah Mitchell
3 Ways to Boost Your Cause Marketing Strategy
Social Responsibility

3 Ways to Boost Your Cause Marketing Strategy

Not only is supporting a cause good for the soul, but it's good for business, as long as companies channel their marketing efforts to reflect their emphasis on social responsibility.
How Sharing Can Transform Your Company -- And Your Life
Self Improvement

How Sharing Can Transform Your Company -- And Your Life

Sharing allows deeper relationships to develop, inspires change and can support personal development.
Dorie Clark
This Nonprofit Acts Like a Tech Startup. Why Don't More Nonprofits Do the Same?
Social Entrepreneurship

This Nonprofit Acts Like a Tech Startup. Why Don't More Nonprofits Do the Same?

Instead of constantly fundraising, Y Combinator graduate Watsi has adopted a more defined model.
Laura Entis
A Mega-Investor's 6 Best Marketing Tips for Social Businesses and Nonprofits
Social Entrepreneurs

A Mega-Investor's 6 Best Marketing Tips for Social Businesses and Nonprofits

When your business is mission-driven, there is the added complexity of educating potential customers on the purpose and the drive behind the organization.
Carol Roth
There's a Growing Desire to Do Good in the Tech World
Social Entrepreneurs

There's a Growing Desire to Do Good in the Tech World

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.
Zach Cutler
5 Business Lessons from KIND Founder and CEO Daniel Lubetzky
Make More Happen

5 Business Lessons from KIND Founder and CEO Daniel Lubetzky

KIND Snacks founder Daniel Lubetzky candidly talks about the failures and stories that shaped his company's $1 billion sales success.
Carolyn Sun
7 Guidelines for Entrepreneurs to Do the Right Thing, Whatever That Means
Startup Basics

7 Guidelines for Entrepreneurs to Do the Right Thing, Whatever That Means

Is the right thing from a customer perspective, the societal impact, maximizing business returns or personal benefit?
Martin Zwilling
This Guy Makes Hipster Shoes in Africa. But Don't Call Him a Social Entrepreneur.
Social Entrepreneurs

This Guy Makes Hipster Shoes in Africa. But Don't Call Him a Social Entrepreneur.

Oliberte founder Tal Dehtiar sells handmade stylish sneaker-shoes. At the same time, he is demonstrating a new model of 'charity.'
Catherine Clifford
Kickstarter Boldly Locks Its Mission Into Its Legal Framework
Kickstarter

Kickstarter Boldly Locks Its Mission Into Its Legal Framework

The Brooklyn, N.Y.-based crowdfunding platform announced that it is now a public benefit corporation.
Catherine Clifford
Unlikely Lessons From Building a Multi-Million Dollar Social Business
Management Lessons

Unlikely Lessons From Building a Multi-Million Dollar Social Business

In his book, Daniel Lubetzky explains how he found a way for KIND Snacks' business objectives to live in harmony with its social objectives.
Carol Roth