Understanding Social Entrepreneurship as a Death Bed Investment


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Huffington Post writer and managing director of Qazztek & BBS, Neal Jenson, writes about social entrepreneurship, the business philosophies and perceptions circling the social enterprise.

Jenson observes how social responsibility has taken off in recent years. He describes what is social entrepreneurship, the satisfaction gained among social entrepreneurs and customers, and how business owners can "enjoy their own emotional death bed investment" payoff in the end by combining philosophies centering on social responsibility.

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