There are a breadth of organizations supporting young social entrepreneurs and their business endeavors. If you’re looking for inspiration to start your own enterprise or business, look no further.
The youngest social entrepreneur featured on this SocialBusiness.org top list is David of Everything Happy who came up with the idea for his business model at the age of seven—watch out, now!
At SocialBusiness.org, we’re committed to highlighting the people creating positive social change in communities worldwide. In late February, we compiled a list of female social entrepreneurs, which proved to be one of our most popular posts last month.
In a similar vein, young social entrepreneurs shed light on a generation committed to using entrepreneurship as a means to put purpose into socially driven projects.
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By: Tiana Reid - Published: Mar 7, 2012