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A person who establishes an enterprise with the aim of solving social problems or effecting social change.‘small-scale projects run by local or regional social entrepreneurs’
- ‘His third act is no less audacious: taking on Hollywood by producing films about his favorite characters, social entrepreneurs.’
- ‘He is part of a growing breed and paradigm known as social entrepreneurs.’
- ‘Instead of social security benefits for the unemployed, disabled and disadvantaged, Latham advocates low-interest venture capital loans for "social entrepreneurs".’
- ‘The most compelling opportunities for social entrepreneurs are the public schools.’
- ‘Echoing Green fellows say that the greatest value comes from the network of social entrepreneurs.’
- ‘If as social entrepreneurs we are effectively to assist them, we must be business-like ourselves.’
- ‘But the most important job of a social entrepreneur, she believes, is connecting people.’
- ‘I mean, part of the work of social entrepreneurs is to form links.’
- ‘The lessons learned by the three social entrepreneurs mentioned in this article bring us closer to some much-needed answers.’
- ‘It seems he is a social entrepreneur too.’
- ‘And I'm interested in ways of keeping governments and social entrepreneurs honest and accountable.’
- ‘Like Jeremiah with his investment in Jerusalem, social entrepreneurs are declaring their hope in the city.’
- ‘They become another group of new social entrepreneurs.’
- ‘Following the launch, Schwab invited these social entrepreneurs to New York to the World Economic Forum in January.’
- ‘Social entrepreneurs usually want to help people who need help, quickly.’
- ‘Already, Ashoka has launched the makings of a global accelerator for social entrepreneurs.’
- ‘Social entrepreneurs have a habit of doing that.’
- ‘And whatever the lofty goals of social entrepreneurs, their success comes in no small part because they think big.’
- ‘She said businesses and social entrepreneurs all had their role to play in inner city regeneration.’
- ‘I think the concept of being a social entrepreneur will stay on in this country.’
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