The term “social entrepreneurship” refers to the rapidly growing number of organizations have created models for the efficient catering to basic human needs, existing markets and institutions have failed to satisfy. Social entrepreneurship combines the resourcefulness of traditional entrepreneurship with a mission to change society. A social entrepreneur, Abouleish, recently received the Right Livelihood Award for his Sekem initiative in 2004, donated e-Bay founder Jeff Skoll … Read more »

The term “social entrepreneurship” refers to the rapidly growing number of organizations have created models for the efficient catering to basic human needs, existing markets and institutions have failed to satisfy. Social entrepreneurship combines the resourcefulness of traditional entrepreneurship with a mission to change society. A social entrepreneur, Abouleish, recently received the Right Livelihood Award for his Sekem initiative in 2004, donated e-Bay founder Jeff Skoll £ 4.4 million, a Social Entrepreneurship Research Center, and many social entrepreneurs have mixed with their business partners at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Social entrepreneurship offers insights, ideas for more socially acceptable and stimulate sustainable business strategies and organizational forms. Because it can make a direct contribution to the internationally accepted objectives of sustainable development and social entrepreneurship established companies to promote greater social responsibility to take on.
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Christian Seelos,
Johanna Mair
Source: Business Horizons
6 pages.
Release Date: 15, May 2005. Prod #: BH135-PDF-ENG
Social entrepreneurship: Creating new business models to serve the poor HBR case solution

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