Long Island New York 2018
Long Island Breakfast Club
Presenting “Socialpreneurship – Entrepreneurship with A Conscience”
by Chris Fidis / Valentina Janek
Will Women Lead the Social Entrepreneurship Revolution?
Discussion about how new business models are developing to align profit making objectives / social media and environmental impact.
Discussing the link between corporate strategy, development, and the challenges of finding innovative business models with sustainable corporate strategies that are able to scaled up.
Highlight how women have been particularly active as social entrepreneurs but are still under-represented.
Thereby addressing the questions, can women lead the social entrepreneurship revolution?
What are the different drivers for commercial and social entrepreneurs?
Does gender really matter or does it?
Attend the Long Island Breakfastclub Lecture series to find out more!
Can social entrepreneurs make money?
So, yes, it CAN be done. Social entrepreneurs CAN make money and do good at the same time. And they should not feel guilty about charging for the good they do and the real value they add to people’s lives. Certainly, they have far more right to than most for-profit corporations.
What are the different types of entrepreneurs?
The Four Types of Entrepreneurship
- Small Business Entrepreneurship. Today, the overwhelming number of entrepreneurs and startups in the United States are still small businesses. …
- Scalable Startup Entrepreneurship. …
- Large Company Entrepreneurship. …
- Social Entrepreneurship.
What is social intrapreneurship?
Social intrapreneur, n. 1 Someone who works inside major corporations or organizations to develop and promote practical solutions to social or environmental challenges where progress is currently stalled by market failures. 2 Someone who applies the principles of social entrepreneurship inside a major organization.
What are the skills and abilities of a good entrepreneur?
Here are the 8 skills every successful entrepreneur has in common: Resiliency. The ability to weather the ups and downs of any business since it never goes exactly the way the business plan described it. This skill enables the entrepreneur to keep going when the outlook is bleak. Focus.