This week our friend Ron Immink from Small Business Can tells us why he believes that social entrepreneurship is the future. What do you think?
Why Social Entrepreneurship is the Future
Long, long time ago, I wrote a book called Community enterprise, business planning for the social economy. It was a bit of a doddle as there is very little difference between a social economy business plan and a “normal” business plan.
The only difference (in my view) is the definition of social gain or a redefinition of profit beyond money. The business model might be different, but it is all about a means to an end. And measuring the impact (which is another can of worms). Read More
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