Monday, April 15, 2013

Social entreprenerus lend helping hand|Society|

Social entreprenerus lend helping hand|Society| nlike traditional nonprofit organizations, social enterprises aim to be money-making and as self-sustaining as possible. While they do make money, they usually make less money than regular businesses, and they re-invest the profits in a related charity, targeting social problems. In China, this brand of social entrepreneurship is a growing trend.

In a 2011 study of family philanthropy in Asia by Swiss bank UBS and the Insead business school, 40 percent of respondents in China ranked the rise of social entrepreneurship as the most highly anticipated trend.

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