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Entrepreneurs

GOOD on Its New Vision for the Future

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In this season of Young Visionaries, we talk to entrepreneurs tackling social, cultural, and environmental goals by harnessing entrepreneurial principles and out-of-the-box thinking to create positive change.

In 2006, when Ben Goldhirsh founded GOOD, a Los Angeles-based media company that focuses on telling stories and celebrating the work of social entrepreneurs and other inspirational figures, the term "do gooder" was pejorative. He thought the concept needed to be rebranded. So he did. And while the effort has attracted millions of readers over the years, Goldhirsh recently moved to retool the effort. Today, the publication has transitioned into a platform for people who don’t just want to read about doing good, the want to get involved too.

See how the company is growing and maintaining its social vision.

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