Career In Social Entrepreneurship: Not A Big Hit Among MBA Students But Future Looks Promising

In the era of innovation and disruptive thinking, solving the myriad complex socio-economic problems of our country need to be looked into from the point of view of Profit with a Purpose Social Entrepreneurial model. But are our new-generation business management graduates ready to take it up as a career? The answer is not very encouraging as of now but the future holds promise. Read to know why.

Here’s An Interactive Template To Identify The Right Story For Your Social Good Brand

The template plays a small role in helping you decide what type of brand story to make depending on who you are and who is your audience. Change your audience and the template shows a different score. However it is only a tool. It is you as an entrepreneur or a marketer who needs to think about how the world wants to perceive you.

Project Mudra – A Social Good Tech Startup By Fresh Graduates To Solve Literacy And Employment Problem Of The Visually Challenged

BITS Pilani 2016 Graduates Aman Srivastava and Sanskriti Dawle, have transitioned their social innovation- Project Mudra to a tech social enterprise to solve the Braille literacy and employment problem of the visually challenged in India. In this time of job crunch and socio-economic problems plaguing India, more and more students should take to social entrepreneurship as a career. That seems one of the most feasible ways towards inclusive progress, employment creation and innovation, propelling development and prosperity.

Social Entrepreneurship: Next Stop In The Journey Of Social Innovation

Social innovation is taking place everywhere around us as we speak. It’s nothing but how we respond to the problems in our immediate vicinity as people. However some of us demonstrate a vision and take it beyond its original context for betterment of many others. They transform from being innovators to entrepreneurs and dream of a better world which would be worth living for tomorrow.

An Insider Account Of Dirty World Of NGOs And Questions It Raises About Social Good

Erroneous perception about profit often doubts the intentions of a For-Profit Social Enterprise and overlooks fund related malpractices in Not for Profit NGOs. Attaching a moral value and transparent methodology to delivering social good makes people uneasy at the idea of doing it through a sustainable revenue model. Which is better? Generating profit through fair trade or depending on grants and donations which is becoming difficult to come through because of the philanthropy funding sources being saturated by pleas for it?