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10 creative ways to encounter the problem of customer’s limited ability to pay for services

Thinking that your customer's  and beneficiaries don't have possiblity to pay for your services might seem like a problem that can't be overcome.  But, here are some things you can do to approach this problem.  As this [...]

Wildhearts

WildHearts is a social enterprise in Glasgow, Scotland, that sells office supplies and document management services to large companies. WildHearts use the profits to offer entrepreneurial education and micro-finance for young people in the UK [...]

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The Skema Generation

It was a wet cold dark winters day in Iceland back in 2013 that I met Rakel Sölvadóttir of Skema at her office at Reykjavik University. The weather contrasted what I soon discovered was a [...]

Clarifying your mission and purpose

What’s your mission and purpose? For a social entrepreneur it’s a calling, if you will. A call within that is a culmination of life circumstances that strikes a chord of not-being-able-to-sit-back-anymore...something needs to change.  Your [...]

Business model of sustainable knitwear company

A Lithuanian team behind sustainable hand made knitwear - The Knotty Ones decided to do their socially minded business by engaging low-income women across Lithuania. Three young women founders of The Knotty Ones are big [...]

The affordability issue in the social entrepreneurship

When creating a social enterprise one of the aspects that need to be considered is the ability of your target customers to pay. This question is, of course, present also when launching a regular business, [...]