Tag Archives: Social Enterprise

Who are They Really?

This post departs a little from the norm in that it as a bit of a rant.  A magazine that I respect and read cover to cover religiously has just posted its annual ‘Top 100 Businesses in British Columbia” as … Continue reading

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disABILITY

We are sometimes blinded by what we see or our perceptions of who people are.  We consciously or subconsciously measure their abilities by what we see or hear.  That is not who they are. Physical or mental issues can set … Continue reading

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Social Enterprise

We often hear references to ‘Social Enterprise’, but what exactly is it? A definition I like is; “A social enterprise is a revenue-generating business with primarily social objectives whose surpluses are reinvested for that purpose in the business or in … Continue reading

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