Shaping More Social Entrepreneurs


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Jennifer Hirsch, Founder of Marked Point, writes that the most important thing for a social entrepreneur is to create a new business model that's in line with their goals.

Hirsch rounds up five essential points to what social entrepreneurs really need. She advises, "We don't need hot air, just kindling to put on the embers to start this fire."


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