Hubs for social entrepreneurship respond to both needs both social and financial. Those who attempt to get their start-ups up and running are sometimes solo entrepreneurs or have a very small team. And so, getting together is a practical way to connect with people who are doing similar things as you but also are a way to cut costs if you can't afford your own office -- and most start-ups can't.
From community hot desks and poverty-focused innovations labs to social good accelerators and bars that fund students, the goal for these hubs for social entrepreneurs is to develop and grow an idea while at the same time allowing for networking and organizing events with investors, businesses and other people in the industry.
18 Hubs for Social Entrepreneurs
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From Community Hot Desks to Poverty-Focused Innovation Labs
Published: Feb 25, 2013