Matt Orlic shows 7 businesses that show social entrepreneurships can thrive in 2016. Yoga girl, Safe Point Trust, Better World Books, TOMS, Good Eggs, Goldie Box, and Adobe show that doing it, and doing good and doing well is a solid business strategy. These companies show how to make an honest assessment, have a clear brand and provide a business model that both companies and shareholders will like.
- Social entrepreneurship is evolving into a world of its own.
- Today, we’re seeing a rash of entrepreneurs working to improve social and societal issues through the businesses they create.
- The non-profit model, relying on grants and charity, is shifting to a business model driven by social entrepreneurship
“Today, young startup founders and incumbent businesses are more rapidly changing the model; make a profit while making a difference.”