Most social entrepreneurs are motivated by the social impact their work generates; however this is often juxtaposed with the need to generate enough income to survive. On one hand, the prevailing neoliberal capitalist mode of production is often accused of lacking a humane face as it is exclusively motivated by profit margins, at all cost. On the other hand, social good premised on charity is not sustainable; and state interventionist redistribution of wealth does not often yield the efficiency, productivity and social impact it is meant to generate.
This conference will be a creative space to show how social entrepreneurship can both do social good and be profitable to those who engage in it.
For further information and tickets please visit http://www.isseconference.com.
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