Assessing Social Impact of Social Enterprises: Does One Size by Cecilia Grieco

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By Cecilia Grieco

This ebook explores the variety of Social impression evaluation (SIA) types and descriptions a self-assessment on versions to help social marketers. The chapters hint the idea that and origins of social entrepreneurship and elicits present implementation of SIA types via social agencies. the great evaluation of over 75 SIA types should be particularly important for social marketers and researchers.

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He is a passionate, socially conscious individual who has based his coffee business on offering people a sense of community, comfort, and extended family. 3 Examples of definitions and traits of social entrepreneurs Author (Year) Definition of social entrepreneur Traits Drayton (2002) Social entrepreneurs see something in society that is stuck, that is not working, and envision a systemic change that will allow them to shift society to a new and better way. They have a drive that will not stop until it is done Those who are driven by the social mission of creating better social value than their competitors which results in their displaying entrepreneurially virtuous behaviour 1.

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