Tag Archives: social entrepreneurs

5 thoughts for social entrepreneurs

1) Get Inspired So, you want to engage with social problems to find solutions.  You recognize that there are clear benefits offered by social entrepreneurship to those involved with creating, promoting, and funding these ventures, and you see the potential value that social good ventures may bring to the world. You’ve decided that you have the creativity, motivation, entrepreneurship abilities, …

Crowdfunding Meets Tech4Good

We’ve gone over how crowdfunding has become a popular method of alternative finance in our previous blog post but we thought it would be best to dedicate an entire blog post to highlight examples of how exactly crowdfunding has promoted individuals in pioneering social change. It’s fair to say that crowdfunding has introduced a number of extensive technological advances with …

This startup helps businesses quantify their environmental impact

Carbon Analytics was founded by a group of expats from the US, Canada and Australia while doing their Masters degrees at the University of Oxford. Michael Thornton, their CEO, held the Skoll scholarship for social entrepreneurship, and originally came up with the idea during a “business model hackathon” with former co-founder James Tilbury who was studying environmental policy and had a …