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9 Business Model Examples for Social Enterprises

A business model is a structure, design or framework that a business follows to bring value to its customers and clients. However, there are at least three measures of the success of a business model—its ability to generate profit for its owners, its ability to generate positive change in the world, and its ability to achieve a balance of profit and positive change. The first approach applies to traditional for-profit companies; the second approach applies to traditional charities; and the third approach (a balance between profit and positive change) applies to social enterprises. Given the definition above, a social...

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Sustainability as a Model for Environmental and Social Entrepreneurship Discover the building blocks for a successful social enterprise

For a social enterprise to make an impact in the world, it needs a solid foundation based on sustainability. When business looks at sustainability, they are looking at a balance of three domains: financial sustainability, environmental sustainability, and workforce sustainability–fair labor practices that support a workforce.

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