What is social entrepreneurship?
There is no definitive answer to this question, but broadly speaking, social entrepreneurship refers to business activities geared towards achieving societal or economic goals. In other words, it is using entrepreneurial methods and skills to tackle social or environmental issues.
This can take many forms, but some standard features include working in underserved or disadvantaged communities, developing innovative solutions to address pressing problems, pursuing mission-driven rather than profit-driven goals, and measuring success not just in terms of financial return but also in terms of positive impact on society.
Many social entrepreneurs start their organizations from scratch, but others work within existing organizations (including businesses, NGOs, and governments) to drive change from within.
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