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Social Enterprises Are Businesses And Fiercely Social Mission-Driven

Social enterprises are still seen as companies that are funded by grants, donations and what more. This used to be so, but nowadays it is a misconception according to one of the most comprehensive researches done in this field. 215 more words

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Social impact and our peculiar understanding of ‘community’…

Many social enterprises, and perhaps more accurately, community enterprises, say that they are having an impact on The Community.  But do we really understand what we mean when we talk about ‘community’? 1,121 more words

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Doing Good Business: An Introduction to Social Enterprises

Finally getting back to something that I enjoy doing: Writing! First of all, a simple introduction to what a Social Enterprise is and some examples! 9 more words


Doing Good Business: An Introduction to Social Enterprises

To my lovely (and patient!) readers,

I have used a tremendous amount of time in self-development, soul-searching and basically searching for the next opportunity to contribute to the world (aka. 903 more words


When Social Enterprises Hire the People who No One Else Will

I love hearing about social enterprises helping distressed populations. These businesses are SO needed in a world where income inequality is the norm. I find it especially notable when these social enterprises prioritize creating job opportunities for members of underprivileged populations. 275 more words

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The Purpose Hotel

The Purpose Hotel is the world’s first crowd-funded hotel for the socially conscious.

Every feature, amenity and detail connects the humanitarian world to the hospitality industry by utilizing products created by or beneficial to a nonprofit or cause. 33 more words

Social impact reporting and marketing: a hazy divide?

“Marketing is manipulation and deceit. It tries to turn people into something they aren’t – individuals focused solely on themselves, maximising their consumption of goods that they don’t need.” … 875 more words

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