Skip to 0 minutes and 4 secondsSo far we have reviewed interesting and inspiring cases of social entrepreneurs. Did you like them? Now, Let me ask you a question. What are the commonalities among these cases? Yes, they began their social business out of empathy towards less privileged people, and then incorporate business and technology to develop a creative, viable solutions. They have good social business models which show high financial feasibility, competitiveness, and scalability. Through collaboration, they could implement their social business models and make positive impacts for the society. Another interesting aspect is that they tend to be young. They still attended an university or just graduated from the university. That means you too can do something lovely! Another interesting observation is that they are all alumnus from GSVC

Skip to 1 minute and 25 secondsGlobal Social Venture Competition at UC Berkeley (https://gsvc.org/). Who knows? you might be the next one who wins the competition and make this world a better place for all.

Skip to 1 minute and 43 secondsFinally, based on what you have learned in the first week, please read the article below. Please make your own definition of social entrepreneurship and social innovation after reading the following articles “Social Entrepreneurship: The Case for Definition” and “Rediscovering Social Innovation”

Review and Final Discussion

So far we have reviewed cases involving social entrepreneurs. Did you like them?

Let’s read the following article and finally arrange what we learned today.

Come up with your own definitions of social entrepreneurship and social innovation after reading the following article:

*“Social Entrepreneurship: The Case for Definition”

What are your thoughts?

I hope you will enjoy this course and find it useful and interesting. Thank you, see you next week.

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