In this part I solicit your opinion on which of the 3 startups mentioned here is creating tangible social impact and why. I am keen to understand how you perceive an impact organization.
Santosh talks about the inequality between urban and rural education and how his project, StudyMall, is trying to bridge that.
Mansi on why it’s necessary to shift underprivileged youth from unsustainable jobs in the informal sector to productive jobs in the formal sector through skills training that can benefit them and their families lifelong.
Bhushan talks about how lack of energy forces a child to close his study books after sunset thus affecting not only him but the socio-economic development of his family.
A storyteller founder does not project himself as a stellar entrepreneur but someone who is as human as everybody else. Honesty, perceptiveness and openness are the hallmarks of such an entrepreneur. It’s about the mindset and not so much about the art.
It is India’s 1st Environmental Innovation Competition for Waste Upcycling and Creatively Unsettled is a proud media and publicity partner for the event.
It is increasingly becoming evident that there is a strong case for social entrepreneurs to align their impact reporting with Sustainable Development Goals set up by UNDP. Intuitively, it also follows that storytelling should also align with such impact metrics and convey a complete picture of your social impact.
In this Live Hangout, I asked him about the basic idea behind the 1M1B initiative, how his village accelerator program works, his views on social entrepreneurs aligning with SDGs and the way ahead for him.
Positive Change, Social Innovation And Struggle: 3 Types Of Stories For Social Entrepreneurs and Marketers
As the owner of your social good brand, you are the chief storyteller. You need to understand what story to tell not only to captivate and connect with your audience but also to build your brand.