Business of Good
How a Trip to Haiti Inspired This Entrepreneur to Start Her Business
After realizing that people wanted to earn their way rather than accept donations from non-profits, Becky Straw created an organization that puts people to work.
How This Entrepreneur Is Turning a Profit in Developing Countries
Sam Goldman used his imagination and business acumen to supply a critical product to 100 million consumers.
Meet the New Breed of Philanthropists Helping Social Entrepreneurs Succeed
A social business needs capital to grow. Find out which organizations are helping to kickstart the new type of entrepreneurial ventures.
6 Traits That Make Millennials the Best Social Entrepreneurs
These 6 characteristics have set millennials apart from other generations and, together, have made them an entrepreneurial force to be reckoned with.
How This Company Makes Money While Making a Difference
Discover how TOMS Shoes has been able to turn a (very nice) profit and still provide more than 10 million free pairs of shoes to people in need.
How This Woman Created One Business From Many Talents
When Rebecca van Bergen couldn't find a job that fit all her interests, she decided to start her own business and ended up helping a group of artisans that was quickly disappearing.
Why the Bottom of the Consumer Pyramid Should Be Your New Target Market
There are newfound opportunities in the developing world to help others leave poverty behind while creating profits for your social entrepreneurial venture.
How One Man's Quest to Do Good Is Helping People With the Most Essential Human Need
Meet the founder of charity:water, who turned his penchant for throwing parties into a way to raise money to solve a critical problem.
3 Ways Your Social Business Will Be Better Than a Charity
Find out how the three pillars of the Charity Industrial Complex are holding charities back from really making an impact and how your social business can be different.