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Ecomaximus manufactures handmade paper out of elephant dung

Innovation in social enterprises

In this step, we are ask you to watch two video case studies and reflect on the following question: In what ways are these social enterprises innovative?

Case Studies

Ecomaximus

A social enterprise company manufacturing handmade paper and value added products out of elephant dung and other waste matter. Click here to view the video.

The Brixton Pound

A complementary currency that fuels the local economy in Brixton, London. Click here to view the video.

To get a better understanding about why innovation matters and how it can be applied within social enterprises, read the articles suggested below.

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Social Enterprise: Turning Ideas into Action

Middlesex University Business School

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