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Business Model in the Social Entrepreneurship

Smita Barik, Simran Kaur.

Abstract
In this paper, it draws on a specific instance of the social entrepreneurship, by which it has put
forth an attempt to plot setting, measurements and difficulties for the social entrepreneurship. While the social
entrepreneurship is certainly not another marvel, over the most recent 15 years, this is developing broadly with
another type of entrepreneur creating answers for social issues. This paper brings understanding of making an
effective business model in the social entrepreneurship with assistance of a case. Case is about “European
international organization”, which spends significant time in infection control alongside complex crisis reaction
items. This organization is coordinated by an interesting compassionate entrepreneurship business model wherein
humanitarian obligation is in the centre business and its business model depends on 'benefit for reason'. This
association is engaged with enhancing items and ideas which are increasingly helpful for the creating world. This
isolates them from different organizations who improve for created nations which are wealthier areas of world
and afterward adjust it for other creating nations. This paper centres on how the social entrepreneurship can expand
limits and work in various nations. This paper closes by recognizing the requirements for creating monetarily
manageable development and a constantly advancing business model for the social entrepreneurship.

Key words: Business Model, Entrepreneur, Social Entrepreneurship and Vestergaard


 
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Smita Barik, Simran Kaur. "Business Model in the Social Entrepreneurship." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.9 (2020), 1300-1304. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.09.237



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Smita Barik, Simran Kaur (2020) Business Model in the Social Entrepreneurship. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (9), 1300-1304. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.09.237