Social innovators analyse a socio-economic issue from a human angle and build a solution that is rooted in empathy for the end user.
Social Entrepreneurship is the next step in Innovation. But the journey from being an innovator to a social entrepreneur is not all that easy. Understanding the challenges on the way can make you an effective entrepreneur.
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.
Telling a visual story of a passionate indie entrepreneur goes beyond clicking a few pictures of him and what he does. There are 6 principle dimensions to the entrepreneurial journey that I try to capture in my creative process.