GCSEN Social Entrepreneurship Startup to Scale Toolkit
April 8, 2020
Entrepreneurship, Ethics & Social Justice, Marketing & Sales, Strategy & General Management
Social enterprise, social enterprises, Social enterprise, start-up, benefit corporation, service industry, social entrepreneur, Social Entrepreneurship, Corporate social responsibility, shared value, stakeholder, social entrepreneurship, business ethics, small business, woman-owned business, social entrepreneur, project management, technology competency
Area of Study:
Business and Management
Faculty/Researchers, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Executive Education, Other Audience
The GCSEN Social Entrepreneurship Toolkit is intended to introduce potential social entrepreneurs to some of the critical concepts and tasks related to developing a social enterprise “that marries the mission of a non-profit or government program with the market-driven approach of a business.” It was originally designed for the High Impact Social Entrepreneur (HISE) Boot Camp at Marist College.