An effective and honest CSR policy goes a long way in ensuring positive and sustainable impact on the lives of its target beneficiaries. However it’s very important that CSR does not become a mere gimmick, advertising strategy, tool of peripheral development and a path for political ambitions. If this undesirable and dangerous outcome has to be prevented then all of us in the civil society need to ask tough questions and seek answers to them.
Instagram’s focus on visuals can take storytelling to a whole new level allowing social impact brands to get their target audience involved in the most innovative way. It is a master mood board for social enterprises to talk about their cause, impact, people, and products How are you using Instagram to promote your social good brand?
Featured Guest Blogger: Bipul Saha, PAN India Student Director at Hult Prize Foundation On Social Entrepreneurship Ideas
Bipul Saha is the Hult Prize Campus Director at IIM-Ahmedabad. He plays a pivotal role in bringing this event to India and is the chief organiser of the event, managing it from end to end. In this article I ask him about his comments on new trends in social entrepreneurship in India.
‘One Life, One Passion’ has served me in multiple ways. It has helped me meet and learn from spunky and dynamic entrepreneurs, push my creative bar with each story and kept me motivated and passionate about my purpose. I owe a lot to it!
These suggestions for a Eco-friendly wedding may seem radical to some while it may seem necessary to some others. We need to change our unwavering submission to certain cultural practices & rituals and question whether our happiness is a grief for the world around us.
Personal story shows the highs and lows of the social entrepreneur and the decisions he made that represent his grit and innovation. It transports the viewer right next to the entrepreneur through his journey inspiring the viewer along the way.
In this free-wheeling chat whilst walking through the wholesale market, Bryan shares his view on why the future of social entrepreneurship is sanguine.
Nonprofits exist to address and eliminate specific socio-cultural-environmental problems by bringing about a positive change in their target population. Interestingly, the ultimate paradox of a nonprofit is to eliminate its own existence. That’s what every nonprofit should aim for.
Harsha Mukherjee is a multi-faceted person. She’s a profound entrepreneur, founder of a nonprofit, and a CSR consultant. It is this dynamism that prompted me to feature her as the guest blogger on Creatively Unsettled.
Bryan Lee, a 3rd Gen US-Chinese settled in India to start a social enterprise