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Finding money to start a social enteprise

Recently we came across a handy article by Alastair Wilson from the School [...]

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The world’s school for social enterprise

Have you ever heard of Social Enterprise Institute, The world’s school for social [...]

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Latvian and Estonian social and creative entrepreneurs meet at a market fair

Promoting products on various internet platforms and social media channels has become a [...]

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Ten Reasons Not to Measure Impact—and What to Do Instead

It's important for every social enterprise - especially the small ones with fewer [...]

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AS A SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODEL FOR WECARE – A Research Study

A STUDY ABOUT A SUITABLE BUSINESS MODEL FOR A CHARITY ORGANIZATION WeCare is [...]

Deutscher Social Entrepreneurship Monitor 2018

Deutscher Social Entrepreneurship Monitor 2018 is a new report focusing on social entrepreneurship [...]

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How to find your passion idea and knowing what you want

Starting a social enterprise based on an idea is not always easy. It [...]

5 lessons for social entrepreneurs on how to change the system

The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship manages the largest network of late-stage social entrepreneurs in the world. Yet when you talk to most entrepreneurs in our community, they describe their impact as a “drop in the ocean”. They say things such as: “I’m not even 5% of the way to where I want to be”. For a field long obsessed by the holy grail of organizational scale, the social entrepreneurship sector is coming to terms with the limits of incremental growth. The needs are just too large and too urgent, and the models for scaling that we have developed remain too narrow and take too long. Conventional scaling models borrowed from the private sector, such as branch replication and social franchising, seem woefully inadequate to meet the size of the need. […]

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Should you “internationalise” your social enterprise?

The pioneer Post recently published an interesting article on the internationalisation of social enterprises. Here is a short excerpt and lin to the full article: Social entrepreneurs are great at tackling locally-rooted problems – but they may be overlooking opportunities to grow and develop if they’re not considering overseas markets. Research suggests much more support is needed to help them get there. […]

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Vaikuttavuuden bootcamp- ohjelma 2019 (Impact bootcamp for Finnish social enterprises)

Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra organizes impact bootcamps for Finnish social enterprises during spring [...]