Mike Rowe and Warby Parker Explain What Mistakes Social Entrepreneurs Should Avoid
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Running a company while making a social impact isn't easy. You'll still need profits, the right partnerships and an eye on cost controls to funnel the most possible into your initiatives. We talked to a range of thought leaders, from Mike Rowe, host of Dirty Jobs, to the founders of Warby Parker, Neil Blumenthal and David Gilboa, to learn how to run a social business right. Learn more in this short video.