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Mother opens bakery to help son and others with special needs find employment

A common concern for parents of children with disabilities is what will happen when their children become adults. It’s difficult for adults with disabilities to find employment — not because they aren’t capable, but because [...]

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There is a different phenomenon occurring: Instead of technology innovation being the driver for startups, it is more frequently business model innovation.

In the past most startups occurred because a new technology had come along that would provide solution to a problem that could not be solved previously. (As an example, an unmet need was the pain [...]

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It matters how your business model and mission statement is articulated

Scholars from Lappeenranta University have been researching social enterprise business models for years. Some time ago they focused their research on health care sector. The study looked at six health care companies with social enterprise [...]

Social entrepreneurship differs from regular business with its higher goal– while classical companies aim to generate more profit, social enterprises are built with the mission to tackle some specific challenge in the society. Since the [...]

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Interesting business model from UrbanLab Gdynia

  UrbanLab Gdynia is a space. On one hand, it is a forum – a space of a dialogue and a discussion about the city – on the other? UrbanLab consists of actual rooms and [...]

The Other Bar

The Other Bar is a case of a rather unique business model. The company behind the product, FairChain Foundation, believes that inequality and poor living conditions are some of the most pressing challenges globally. In [...]