Eco-social entrepreneurs hope to be the best of everything. They're conscious about environment-friendlier practices and products, they have people at the forefront of their focus in their business models and they're also bent on making a profit on top of that. That's called the triple bottom line. While some may not attest to strictly following that philosophy, the idea, still, is there and it percolates through everything that these entrepreneurs do whether it's during the day at work or on their off-time (or maybe something in between, which is usually what life is like for people running small start-ups).
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Interviews with People Focusing on the Triple Bottom Line
By: Tiana Reid - Published: Jan 9, 2013