Social enterprise is a business that, rather than focused on making money, tries to address a social problem.

It has a double bottom line — to be financially sustainable, and to have a measurable impact on a societal issues such as poverty, health, the environment, human rights, and social justice.

In this monthly podcast, we will explore the challenges of starting, building, and running a social enterprise. We will hear established social entrepreneurs share their insight and experience, and will find out how we can support startups at the beginning of their journey.

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About Rupert

Rupert Scofield

Rupert Scofield is social entrepreneur with over 40 years of experience.

He is President and CEO of FINCA International, a leading microfinance organization providing financial services to over one million low-income entrepreneurs in 22 countries worldwide. He is a frequent keynote speaker on microfinance and social entrepreneurship, and is the author of The Social Entrepreneurs Handbook.

Follow Rupert on Twitter: @RupertScofield

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