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After a period of crisis and transition, Impact Hub has emerged as an organization that is partly a movement, partly a business, and partly a network.
How a company supports employee voluntarism depends on whether it participates in certain kinds of external networks.
The right formula for creating a socially beneficial enterprise often includes a strong dose of up-front philanthropic support
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