Social Entrepreneur


  I’ve recently come across a couple of interesting articles that I felt were worth sharing with the community.  Also, there’s an event on the SPC this week that some of you may consider attending: 1. The Truth about Ben and Jerry’s Widely used as the impetus for the benefit corporation, there was more going on with respect to the sale of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream to Unilever than most know.  The question is: how much was corporate law to blame for the selling (out) of that socially driven and highly successful business?   This article from the Stanford Social Innovation......

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June 7, 2012

Why the Social Purpose Corporation is Necessary: Self-identification and Legitimacy.

Effective today, Washington will recognize a new corporate entity: the social purpose corporation.  You can learn more about this legal structure here and here (or even download the legislation’s text...


Articles, Benefit Corporation, Business Transactions & Services, Flat Fees, Flexible Purpose Corporation, Intellectual property, Mission, Social Enterprise, Social Enterprise & Nonprofit, Social Entrepreneur, Startup & Formation |
March 8, 2012

A new way of doing business, the Benefit Corporation Ted Talk

“Because government and nonprofits alone are insufficient to solve the world’s most pressing problems . . .” Like Jay Coen Gilbert (one of the founders of B-Labs and the Benefit Corporation)...


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