Updated: Jan 29, 2020
Some people start businesses to improve the quality of their life; to work for themselves; or to explore an opportunity they can't resist. But today, the many creatives and visionaries have felt the entrepreneurial spark to use business as a vehicle to create positive change.
Shared value is created when we solve social problems using business models. This is called "social entreprenuership", and it's an approach to business that's gaining popularity as globalization sparks conversations about sustainability, development, and impact. It's also leading more people to ask themselves, "What can I do for the world today?"