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“Women are Natural Social Entrepreneurs”

“Women are Natural Social Entrepreneurs”

Can women lead the social enterprise revolution? Women are now starting social enterprises in rapidly-growing numbers. Women’s traits like compassion, long-term thinking, and social orientation are deemed as no longer weaknesses, but recognized as strengths.

As former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet pointedly remarked in her address at the 2012 Social Enterprise World Forum in Rio de Janeiro, it seems that “women are natural social entrepreneurs.”

via Can Women Lead The Social Enterprise Revolution? | Forbes


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