From Life Lesson Gurus and Business Books to Thought Conferences

By: Social Business Editor - May 13, 2014
What makes futuristic social enterprises? Well, that's a question that could have a wide array of answers, however, Social Business thought to change things up a bit and try to redefine futurism when it comes to innovation. Futurism is almost always considered to be "pure" or "hard" innovation such as technological change. But if we think about art for a moment, for instance, the Italian futurism movement (and we should think about art since there is a big exhibition on Italian futurism at the Guggenheim), we know that futurism can quite simply and quite broadly just mean trends that anticipate the future.

These futuristic social enterprises do just that. In their mission and values, they strive to keep tomorrow in mind. They don't just simply focus on the profit of today.