Defining 'Social Enterpreneurship'
I define myself as a social entrepreneur, but what does it mean?

Sustainability, corporate social responsibility, ethical business – all good words, but unfortunately more than often an afterthought in the traditional business setting.

The good news is that a new generation of businesses are being born that have social or environmental motives at the heart of who they are and what they do. These are called 'social entreprises'.

Social enterprises, in effect, are a hybrid of the traditional not-for-profit and the profit-driven business making the best of both worlds.

As a matter of a fact, these 'social entrepreneurs' have been around for a while, but it is only recently that their collective identity has become more recognized. Watch the video below to learn more.



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Social Enterprise Coalition

Social Enterprise London

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