This 26-year-old founder explains how to build a successful social enterprise

Generation Z is supporting social causes at an increasing rate. More than 76% are concerned about humanities impact on the world and 60% want their occupation to impact the world. With society gradually becoming more focused on social good, entering the world of social entrepreneurship can be tempting. As this field is a bit younger and more complicated than typical entrepreneurship, it can be hard to figure out where to begin.  How do you balance profits and social impact? Is it more important to sell a product or influence the world? How do you attract the best talent? No matter…

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