Bridie Ritchie, Young Social Pioneer and founder of HalfGlassFull, a marketing agency specializing in social causes, writes on how to make your social enterprisestand out from the crowd.
Ritchie combines her experiences with stellar knowledge to provide insights on how to get your ideas, products and cause-based projects out there. She notes, however, that there's no clear cut, one size fits all, 10 step solution for social enterprises, each type of business and goals vary.
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