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Understand Businesses That Actively Seek Change

By: Taylor Keefe - Published: • References: trendreports
What is a social business? Are they non-profit enterprises or is there incentive to make money? Do people support businesses like these? Featuring 18 PRO Trends and 127 research examples, the Social Enterprise Trend Report is essential for understanding this growing industry and why consumers are so fascinated with it.

A social business can be for-profit or non-profit, however, its main goal is to make a difference in the community or culture that it operates in. This is done in various ways, from reinvesting funds into a community to using fair-trade materials and textiles, reducing harm to the environment.

By using our crowd-generated data, you will gain more insight into this growing sector of the business world.