From Community Resource Recycling to Micro Loan Bikinis

 - Jun 20, 2013
While it may seem that a majority of social entrepreneurship ventures are in the start-ups, because they keep sprouting up in some fashion, these small social businesses learn from where they are, that is, from being a small business. They also tend to make use of being small whether it's through promoting their tight-knit team through a YouTube series on how the work gets done or personalizing a gift bag on its Kickstarter campaign.

From community resource recycling to micro loan bikinis, these small social businesses do a number of things with the resources they have -- for better or for worse. There is also the recently released Impact Report by ANDE that focuses specifically on small businesses.