Social Enterprise For the Masses

Like many in the startup space, I have been reading the circus of commentary on Twitter’s not-so-quiet public offering filing since September 12, 2013.  The startup advocate in me is happy for the founders and early investors.  I know they took risks, made sacrifices and created something that the market seemingly finds value in.  The social entrepreneurship zealot in me is however unimpressed and frankly, getting increasingly impatient.  We can all agree that curing social ills through business is an ingenious model.  But while the wave is slowly building, why are we not paddling furiously


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