Post Tagged with: "social enterprise"

Scaling Social Enterprise: Are Innovative Legal Forms the Answer?

Last Thursday, the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University hosted a panel on hybrid social enterprises. During the presentation, Harvard professors discussed L3Cs and B Corporations and their intent to use resources for social benefit.

Mason Center for Social Entrepreneurship: Where Innovation Meets Tradition

George Mason University is excited to announce the launch of the Mason Center for Social Entrepreneurship. A multi-disciplinary, university-wide initiative seeking to position Mason at the vanguard of the social innovation movement.

Meet Annie Lam

FLiP recently sat down with Annie Lam, who was selected as the first Social Enterprise Fellow of Changing Our World, an international philanthropy consulting firm. Chosen out of over 40 qualified applicants, Annie is spending 12 weeks researching the challenges and opportunities in social enterprise.

Access for All

In late 2008, Sachin co-founded Inclusive Planet (IP), an enterprise that creates innovative web and mobile based services designed for, and I emphasize the for, the differently-abled*. Never one to look at the small picture, Sachin dreams of IP becoming the definitive global online community and marketplace specifically designed for the differently-abled. His dreams stretch far beyond the boundaries of the Indian subcontinent, Sachin wants IP to be GLOBAL!

A Third Way

By Adrienne Villani Re-posted with permission from Ed. Note: FLiP is pleased to bring you the first post in what we hope will be a continued guest-posting relationship with our new friends at Beyond Profit.  This new social enterprise magazine seeks to bring readers the most interesting and unique stories, people and ideas from […]

Meet Scott Overdyke

Our resident DC FLiP Julie Fagnani sat down with Scott Overdyke of, an online community of people changing the world one passion at a time. Future Leaders in Philanthropy (FLiP): Tell us a little about yourself – where  you went to school, what you majored in, and the interests that led you to a […]