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A social entrepreneur is a person who pursues novel applications that have the potential to solve community-based problems. These individuals are willing to take on the risk and effort to create positive changes in society through their initiatives.
The types of social entrepreneurship are as varied as enterprises themselves. The specific definition of social entrepreneurship is evolving and there are debates about it. Generally speaking, social entrepreneurship has two criteria: the ends (the aim must be social good) and the means (selling goods or services). Within these there are social enterprises in a wide range of sectors, regions and industries.
The types of entrepreneurship maybe Classified on the following points:
Community Project. A community project is a relatively small-scale effort to address an issue within a specific community.
Social Purpose Business.
Interesting question! When you're starting a new business and, particularly, when that business is online, the idea of attracting new customers through "social" means is definitely a little other worldly. It is so drastically different from direct human contact that it can, indeed, seem a little surreal! But, online social media contact is still human contact, just a different kind of contact. In my opinion it can still be very personal and warm if done in that spirit when communicating with the written word, with videos, pictures, etc. I hope this answers your question reasonably well!