Social entrepreneurship. Yes, good things do come in small packages. The experts speak.
Alexandra van der Ploeg: “Donating money is easy, volunteering in the traditional sense is easy, but is it effective? Corporate social responsibility should not be about philanthropy, but about leveraging capital, technology or talent to truly create an impact in the communities we work in.”
Anne B. Evans: “Social entrepreneurship is love and respect in action.”
Patrick Furlong: “I believe in the importance of data and statistics…but it is the connection we feel to one another that moves us most strongly to act and make a positive and lasting difference in our communities.”
Rob Henning: “Get your team and strategy right, so you, as the entrepreneur, can focus on thinking about how to grow your business and have a business plan. Without the right team and a clear understanding of the market, most people will take a pass on financing your business.”
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