Social Entrepreneurship: Serving the ‘Niche’ Business



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Code : SEP0005

Year :
2004

Industry : General Business

Region : Global

Teaching Note:Available

Structured Assignment : Available

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Abstract: Earning by serving the neglected sections of the society is the bottom line of Social Entrepreneurship. Unlike traditional philanthropists and social workers, who address social problems and endeavour to uplift the conditions of the downtrodden of the society, social entrepreneurs try to address social problems at their roots. Instead of giving a hand holding to the victims of various social systems, they strive to change the system itself.

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Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To understand the evolution of Social Entrepreneurship, its operating model and how it is going to change the face of social philanthropy

    Keywords :Entrepreneurship Case Study, NGOs (Non Government Organisations), Venture philanthropy, Double bottom-line, Social entrepreneurs, Ashoka Fellows, Skoll Foundation, Shri Mahila Griha Udyog Lijjat Papad, Mohammed Yunus and Bangladesh Grameen Bank, Martin Fischer and ApproTech, Iqbal Qadir and GrameenPhone in Bangladesh, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, Social entrepreneurship, Jeff Skoll, Bill Drayton

    Contents :
    » A NEWMODEL FOR DOING GOOD
    » SOCIAL PHILANTHROPY TOVENTURE PHILANTHROPY


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