What is Social Entrepreneurship?
At SEC, we refer to social enterprise as the practice of combining innovation, resourcefulness and opportunity to address critical social and environmental challenges. The key concepts of social entrepreneurship are innovation, market orientation and systems change.
What is a Social Entrepreneur?
A social entrepreneur is an individual focused on transforming systems and practices that are the root causes of social and environmental issues. In so doing, they may set up for-profit or not-for-profit organizations, and in either case, their primary objective is to create sustainable systematic change.
What is a Social Enterprise?
A business that operates not only to generate profit but whose core mission revolves around creating measurable impact.