Trudi Lebron is a business coach for social impact-driven entrepreneurs. She also works as a diversity equity and inclusion strategist. She reflects on how she first began her venture into the coaching space. Trudi said
Funding a social enterprise varies from traditional entrepreneurship funding. There are many models for traditional funding, all of which depend on your goals and what you’re trying to achieve. In traditional entrepreneurship, there are two
Welcome to our first method profile on Taza Chocolate. Within social enterprise, methods you choose in establishing core values are the base of your operations. Everything flows from your approach, and identifying a proper method
Most companies struggle to find a vision that fits their business. Social enterprises often face a flipped version of the same challenge – they need a business model which fits their vision. In this article, I outline some practical steps you can take to get yourself on track to running a successful business that will put flesh on your vision for making an impact in the world.