Equity Investments for Social Entrepreneurs

Every social entrepreneur we encounter faces the same major challenge: funding. But that’s all about to change following the new rules passed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) effective on May 16th. The SEC is now giving average Americans (with no net worth or income requirements) the power to make equity investments through crowdfunding. […]

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How Social Entrepreneurs Make Change Happen

  Who drives transformation in our society and how do they do it? Roger Martin and Sally Osberg argue in their new book, Getting Beyond Better, that the answer is social entrepreneurs, who target unjust and unsustainable systems — or “equilibria” — and transform them into entirely new, superior, and sustainable equilibria. In this excerpt, […]

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Cruisin’ For Good

Recently Carnival Cruise Lines introduced “social impact travel” by creating the fathom brand “…to meet the real hunger in the world for purpose, while at the same time tackling profound social issues through a sustainable business model”.  A non-traditional, social entrepreneur, Tara Russell, Founder and Chairman of Create Common Good, a food production social enterprise, […]

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