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by Jerr Boschee

Download The Social Enterprise Sourcebook ePub
  • ISBN 097138990X
  • ISBN13 978-0971389908
  • Language English
  • Author Jerr Boschee
  • Publisher Encore! Press (September 6, 2001)
  • Pages 100
  • Formats lrf doc mobi lrf
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Small Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Size ePub 1279 kb
  • Size Fb2 1812 kb
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Profiles of 14 nonprofits that have successfully started social enterprises, including candid assessements by their senior executives of mistakes made and lessons learned.

Jerr Boschee was teaching us about social enterprise before most people even knew what it was.

last updated: january 1, 2020). Jerr Boschee was teaching us about social enterprise before most people even knew what it was. Read Jerr’s Journal: You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll ponder, but most of all you’ll keep fighting on behalf of the common good. KEVIN LYNCH, Immediate Past President, Social Enterprise Alliance). Jerr Boschee has been an inspiration and pathfinder for social entrepreneurs all over the world.

Sealey, . Boschee, . Emerson, . & Sealey, W. (Ed. (2000). A reader in social enterprise. Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing.

The social enterprise sourcebook: Profiles of social purpose businesses operated by nonprofit organizations. Minneapolis, MN: Northland Institute. Sealey, .

The Social Enterprise Sourcebook is no longer. 40 examples of successful social enterprises; Institute Executive Director Jerr Boschee served as principal author, assisted by Lisa Nitze and Corinne Gray. "Merging the profit motive and moral imperatives: The rise of the social enterprise movement in the United States" (a spring 2010 essay published by Localis, a . think tank, that explores the origins and growth of the social enterprise field in the . and includes some key definitions). Smart nonprofit leaders are finding opportunity in scarcity".

Jerr Boschee is founder and executive director of the Institute for Social Entrepreneurs, and visiting professor of the practice in social enterprise at Carnegie Mellon University.

Some Important Distinctions. Jerr Boschee and Jim McClurg. All rights reserved Jerr Boschee has spent the past 20 years as an advisor to social entrepreneurs in the United States and abroad; to date he has delivered. Social Enterprise Definition Any earned-income business or strategy undertaken by a non-profit distributing. organisation to generate revenue in support of its charitable mission. Jerr Boschee has spent the past 20 years as an advisor to social entrepreneurs in the United States and abroad; to date he has delivered seminars or conducted workshops in 41 US States and 10 countries and has long been recognised as one of the founders of the social enterprise movement worldwide. He is currently Executive Director of the Institute for Social Entrepreneurs.

The Social Enterprise Sourcebook book. Profiles of 14 nonprofits that have successfully started. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Social Enterprise Sourcebook: Profiles of Social Purpose Businesses Operated by Nonprofit Organizations.

Boschee on marketing Positioning and Marketing Strategies for Social Entrepreneurs JERR BOSCHEE Founder and . The essays in this book were adapted from Jerr Boschee’s columns in the Social Enterprise Reporter.

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