Skip to main content


By Administrator | 7 January 2016

"Social entrepreneurship is entering the mainstream and social enterprises are attracting a growing amount of resources. However, given the various ways in which social impact can be generated through the market, there is no ‘typical’ form of social enterprise and no single globally agreed-upon definition. While sidestepping a definition creates a diverse and inclusive environment, it also puts the value and meaning of social enterprise at risk of being co-opted and misused – much like sustainability, CSR and triple bottom line."  Read more

Jay Social Good Stuff 7 Nov 2015


Your email address will not be published.

We welcome relevant, respectful comments.

Please read our Comment Policy before commenting.
We also welcome direct feedback via Contact Us.
You may also want to ask our librarians.