Sandwich Generation Cannot Be Social Entrepreneurs


A counter argument on why the sandwich generation cannot be social entrepreneurs.

Craig Dearden-Phillips argues that managing a social enterprise was too risky when he had young mouths to feed. What is needed is a social enterprise sector packed solid with progressive, private businesses that go well beyond corporate social responsibility, to make a calculable social impact parallel to a vigorous private profit for investors.


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