Good Company Incubates Businesses with a Social Mission

By: Rebecca Byers - Published: May 30, 2013 • References: & forbes
Good Company is a Philadelphia-based social incubator that only accepts for-profit ventures with a social impact focus into its accelerator program, while they also encourage applicants to be a part of a team.

Good Company promotes sustainable business models that can provide attractive social and financial returns for private investors, and only accepts applicants who agree to be evaluated on a triple bottom line basis.

Areas of interest that Good Company is particularly interested in include educational reform and impact, green technology, social platform creation, healthcare reform and impact, and job creation for difficult to employ populations.

StartSomeGood, previously covered on, is an example of a graduate of Good Company's incubation program.

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