The Social Impact On Social Entrepreneurship Essay

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One of the other things that we learned in this course is about the social impact that results from the social entrepreneurship. We learned about many B-corp companies that committed to change the world, such as One World Play Project, which makes, sells and distribute indestructible ball in the third world countries, for the focus of bringing the power of play to the children who live in harsh environment. Australian Ethical, an investment company, which only invest people’s funds in industries that give positive impact to the world, such as medicine, healthcare, energy saving and efficient transportation, or Alter Eco, a chocolate producer who provide good benefits for the cacao and rice farmers worldwide. Having a better understanding on what the sustainable companies and B-corp companies do is really inspiring and it challenge me to contribute more towards the society. Most of the social entrepreneurship companies do not gain big in terms of financial profits, but more important is the societal impact of the organization, and evaluation of the success of such fellowship should not be grounded on financial allocation or outcome only (Tuuli, 2011).
By supplying soccer balls to the youngsters in countries that involved in war, it can cheer them up and move the youngsters to consider positive and have a sensory faculty of purpose about their life, and this is what Inspirational Motivation is all about, to inspire people and articulate clear vision of the hereafter. The…

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