A Comparative Analysis Of Organizations Supporting Social Entrepreneurship
Keywords:social innovation, ashoka, comparative analysis, skoll foundation, challenges, recommendations
Even though many have put in decades of work and effort in the field of social innovation, which includes social entrepreneurship and enterprise, there is still a lack of a clear definition. Today, people still identify with the social entrepreneurship world differently because of its vast scope. For this article, I will provide the readers with a comparative analysis of a few organizations that focus on social entrepreneurship. Organizations in focus will be Echoing Green, Ashoka, Skoll Foundation, and Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship. I will highlight my analysis of the challenges as well as propose some recommendations.
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