Written by Willemijn Verloop and Mark Hillen, Social Enterprise Unraveled: Best Practice from the Netherlands is part guide and part description of the social entrepreneurship field. The book was released this June and focuses on about two dozen best practice strategies in the region while at the same time has a global outlook.
"When I started TOMS in 2006, I wish I'd had a handbook that walked me through the successes and pitfalls of those who had gone before me," TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie wrote on the book. "Social Enterprise Unraveled offers a number of case studies that enlighten and educate all of us who believe business can serve a social good." Who better than Mycoskie to sing praise on a book about using business as a tool for creative and positive social change?
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