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One-for-one book innovations attest to the idea that the one-for-one model is almost like the go-to for social entrepreneurship. Why? Maybe because it’s easy—and easy for the consumer to understand. It doesn’t hurt that some of the most popular social businesses (well, of you consider them social businesses) have been those that incorporate a one-for-one scheme. TOMS, of course. But there’s also Out of Print, the United States-based clothing company that is sold in almost every urban area (and also online, of course).
From lit culture tablet cases to classic novel recreations, these one-for-one book innovations donate one book for every purchase. While Out of Print takes on a more global outlook, by partnering with Books for Africa, a smaller company, S.T.O.R.Y, is more local and keeps its donations to the Californian area.