Emma Bridgewater Doesn't Call Itself a Social Enterprise

By: Social Business Editor - Published: • References: emmabridgewater & pinterest
In an article for the Guardian called "I long for the day when every business is a social enterprise," entrepreneur and author Margaret Heffernan wrote about Emma Bridgewater. "This company doesn't call itself a social enterprise but it has social values at its heart," she said. "It is one of the few companies I've ever visited whose founders said that they wanted to create more jobs: that's what growth was for."

In an age where many people simply use the term "social enterprise" without really offering a robust pro-social agenda, it's refreshing to see a company that doesn't fling definitions around. But that doesn't mean that Emma Bridgewater isn't down for the cause. It's in for the long-run; it's beautiful cute home furnishing products, made in Stoke on Trend, speak for themselves.

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