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Tag: Social Enterprise


Innovative ways that nonprofits can generate income by selling products and services


A Toolbox for Change: the Social Capital Markets Conference

Instead of the profit/nonprofit distinction, individuals should ask themselves: Who is the target beneficiary and what are the best products/services that can be provided?

By Perla Ni | 3 | Oct. 15, 2010

Global Issues

Upping the Ante: a Report from the Clinton Global Initiative

In its sixth year, GGI is no longer just a former President’s bid to stay relevant.

By Marcia Stepanek | Oct. 1, 2010

Corporate Philanthropy

Collaborating To Achieve Scaled Impact

How we facilitate collaboration influences breakthroughs in innovation and scale.

By Reeta Roy | 2 | Sep. 23, 2010


This Old Green House

By Suzie Boss | 1 | Sep. 13, 2010

Social Entrepreneurship

Monk, Architect, Diplomat

By Mark Albion | 8 | Sep. 2, 2010


Unitus, We Stand; Divide Us, We Fall

An external agency should review the circumstances surrounding the Unitus decision to terminate its 10-year commitment to microfinance.

By Jonathan C. Lewis | 4 | Sep. 2, 2010

Technology & Design

Digital Job Creation For Youth

We need new ideas and models in digital work that can be scaled to meet global outsourcing demands.

By Reeta Roy | Aug. 26, 2010

Socially Responsible Business

A Bigger Pie

By Sam Scott | Aug. 24, 2010

Urban Development

Banking on Change

By Suzie Boss | Aug. 24, 2010

Economic Development

Microfinance’s Next Frontier

By Meredith May | Aug. 18, 2010