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Social innovation and entrepreneurship is much talked about these days, but what do the terms really mean? In this discussion panelists discuss what qualities social entrepreneurs possess, and look at the concept from the nonprofit perspective, addressing how it differs from traditional corporate structure, even one with a socially-minded mission.
You might be a social entrepreneur if you possess these qualities:
- An undying hunger for social change
- Big vision
- The energy and passion to convince others to join
- Discipline to align strategy with financing
- A truly creative streak
- An entrepreneurial spirit
- Tenacity to solve the problem no matter what
Panelists Abby Chroman of Ashoka and Nell Edgington of Social Velocity help us further define and understand social innovation concepts. Read the full chat discussion now >>
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