Thursday, August 7, 2014

Three Things I've Learned After 15 Years of Social Entrepreneurship

I had the pleasure to present to a social enterprise gathering hosted by a fantastic new organization in our community, The Denver Institute for Faith and Work.

I've been meaning to write a post on this topic for awhile so it was timely to be able to present the following:
  • People don't like ex-offenders coming into their home
  • The social enterprise business needs to lead the mission
  • A lot of people enjoy talking about social enterprise but very few actual practitioners
  • (And a bonus point) Social enterprise is hard work
Be sure to check out the Denver Institute's website here.




Three Things I've Learned After 20 Years of Social Entrepreneurship - Jim Reiner from Denver Institute on Vimeo.

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