Sustainable Social Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Sustainable Social Entrepreneurship
What does Social Entrepreneurship mean?
Social entrepreneurship represents the continuous activity of providing services, manufacturing production or executing works, in order to obtain income, these being used for social purposes.
What is a Social Entrepreneur?
The entrepreneur in the social economy is a person whose spirit of initiative and risk-taking are invested in activities/businesses with social impact, in order to obtain advantages and benefits at the community level.
What is the Social Economy?
The main objective of the social economy is to improve living conditions and provide new opportunities for vulnerable people/community members who do not have access to sufficient resources to develop.
What is Sustainability?
In a few words, in a general way, sustainability can be considered as the ability to exist and develop without depleting natural resources for the future.
In terms of business, sustainability is an economic concept that gives importance to both profit, the community, and the environment.
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Sustainability in business
Sustainability in business consists of a series of recommendations and actions that pursue more than profit and leave a legacy for future generations of a more sustainable economic environment and a clean planet.
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