From Majority World Tech Incubators to Fair Trade Bouquets

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Jan 25, 2013
The delivery-based social businesses features here range from the essential to the arguably frivolous but what they all have in common is some commitment to the triple bottom line, that is, a social, economic and environmental profit is the goal.

Services such as Goodebox, the Green Polka Dot Box, Good Karma Clothing and Blissmo offer monthly and/or weekly delivery in North America of curated products whether it's food, upcycled children's apparel or cosmetics. Other delivery-based social businesses work on delivering and distributing services such as healthcare to areas with limited access to resources, in rural areas and/or isolated communities and demographics. Access is key when it comes to these organizations, their business model and method of service whether they deliver locally and/or internationally. Stats for 20 Delivery-Based Social Businesses Trending: Older & Buzzing
Research: 5,672 clicks in 173 w
Interest: 1.1 minutes
Concept: Delivery-Based Social Businesses
Related: 125 examples / 96 photos
Segment: Neutral, 4-55
Comparison Set: 46 similar articles, including: trial-sized beauty deliveries, easy e-waste pick-ups, and majority world tech incubators.