If you are a social entrepreneur and want to take your business to the next level, it is often not enough to generate positive impacts on society, you also need to consider the commercial aspects of running a business. For your business to thrive, you need to attract the attention…
Pioneers Post has worked with its partners ‘Emerald Works’ and ‘Social Enterprise Academy’ to produce a series which sets out “seven critical, ‘no regrets’ skills that social enterprise leaders will need to flourish in the post-Covid-19 landscape”. The 7 Survival Skills are: Resilience Adaptability Creativity Self-management Critical thinking Empathy Emotional…
Social entrepreneurship is a multilateral process. In your work, you need to take into account the interests of many groups and individuals. But how is it possible to determine who to look for and how to manage it? A stakeholder is either an individual, group or organisation that is impacted…
Of course, investments will be needed to start or develop a social enterprise. In addition to the traditional ways of raising funds, you can also pay attention to crowdfunding. What it is? Crowdfunding is the way of funding a project or venture by raising money from a large number of…
Most entrepreneurs rather focus in the private sector to gain wealth, but there’s a new generation of entrepreneurs that have chosen through their business, to improve social issues. These types of entrepreneurs are willing to take risk and effort to solve community-based problems through their initiatives. These types of business…
Social entrepreneurship emerged in the 1980s, due to the debate on whether to implement corporate social responsibility in companies and the emergence of Freeman's stakeholder theory. It is nowadays, when due to the recent economic and health crises, social entrepreneurship has acquired special relevance, for being able to detect social…
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