The most successful nonprofits pay close heed to their markets.
SVN conference focuses on economic justice.
Innovative plays are good for all theaters, but lucrative for only a few.
In the early 1990s, Cheryl Dorsey got a fellowship from Echoing Green to launch the Family Van, a community-based mobile health unit that provides basic medical and outreach services to at-risk residents of inner-city Boston neighborhoods. Now president of Echoing Green, Dorsey talks with Globeshakers host Tim Zak in an audio interview about the challenge of building on the impressive track record of one of the world's leading investors and supporters of worldwide social change.
In this panel discussion, social entrepreneur veteran Laura Scher and more recent entrants, Kirsten Gagnaire and Jenny Shilling Stein, offer advice on what it takes to create a successful for-profit or nonprofit organization with a social purpose. The key components, they agreed, are a strong leader, a clear social mission, consistency, and focus.
A Czech social enterprise uses woodworking to help drug addicts.
A rare study shows how earned income helps nonprofits –- and how it doesn’t.
Moving toward a sustainable social enterprise model.
Social entrepreneurs are inventing new technologies to solve the world’s problems. But it takes more than a fancy new gadget to make life better.
David Bornstein is a leading expert on the global rise of "social entrepreneurism." In this audio interview, Globeshakers host Tim Zak asks how we would know a social entrepreneur if we saw one on the street. More important, why should we care? Who invests in social enterprise and what is at stake for our world if we don't?