Social Entrepreneurship Series 4: Social Enterprise Business Ideas

This presentation is from Sameer Gudhate’s YouTube channel. He creates videos featuring ideas from traditional business to social enterprise.

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What is the presentation about?

Social enterprise comes in different ways. This video presents 19 ideas for a possible enterprise. Here are some examples:

  1. Food Social Enterprise that sells affordable food to the community at a discount
  2. Used Textbook for Social Change that collects books and sold at a discounted price
  3. Online Socially Conscious Marketplace sells products created by artisans
  4. Sustainable Water creates purification water stations in the community. Profits go back to the community
  5. Micro Lending for small business owners
  6. Social Crowdfunding for small social entrepreneurs
  7. Efficient Wood Stoves to prevent cardio pulmonary diseases
  8. Innovative Information Product to include how to care for a baby, benefits of immunization, etc. that are sold to those who can afford nad given for free for those with limited funds
  9. Micro Power Generation creating rechargeable batteries for classroom or home use; batteries are rented and recharged for a minimal fee

To do the tasks below and accomplish the learning outcomes, please watch this video presentation or watch via YouTube.

What are your tasks and the learning outcomes?

  1. On Your Own: To identify 1-2 possible social enterprise idea/s for your community and prepare powerpoint to present this to your team
  2. With Your Team: To develop, plan, create and prepare a strategy to PILOT a social enterpriser for your community (use or modify an existing enterprise n your community)
  3. With Your Community: To organize and network with community leaders to support your social enterprise and revise and reorganize if needed