Types of for-profit social enterprises

IB Business Management: Types of for-profit social enterprises

Social enterprises strive to build communitiesA for-profit social enterprise uses commercial business practices in order to achieve social goals, such as improving the environment, building better communities and developing social wellbeing. Such organizations do not focus on generating profits for their shareholders.There are three main types of for-profit social enterprises covered in the IB Business Management syllabus:

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