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Social enterprise: what does it mean, and where does it come from?

Social enterprise: what does it mean, and where does it come from?

What does “social enterprise” mean?

A social enterprise is classified as an organization with a social purpose. It is a business that creates innovative products and services to make an impact in people’s lives, while achieving a great return on investment.

The term “social enterprise” was used during the early years of the new millennium. It stemmed from the voluntary and charitable background, and the tradition of self-help.

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