Defining Social Entrepreneurship
Social entrepreneurs are people who have noticed a need in their community or somewhere in the world, and have come up with a way of remedying that issue through the application of market principles. The remedy could be creative, innovative, “out of the box,” etc... since most entrepreneurs tend to think in this manner. In general, social entrepreneurs did not start out with the goal of making money, but in the long run, switch to a for-profit business. Anecdotal evidence indicates that many social entrepreneurs are faced with an issue in their youth that motivates them to do something about the problem in adulthood, such as poverty, sanitation, etc.
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