Can someone explain how setting up a business to operate as a social enterprise could help to employ the disadvantaged (maybe the formerly incarcerated)? Is it possible to incorporate this idea as a non-profit program designed for the public good?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com December 20, 2018, 11:39 am ad1c9bdddf
If a business is operating for a very noble cause or social good, such as providing unemployment for the disadvantaged, it is better to set the business as a social enterprise or even non-profit organization. There are numerous advantages of a social enterprise or non-profit program. First of all, the ability to raise funding for such a noble cause or social good becomes much more easier for the organization, if it is set up as a ...
The solution discusses the feasibility of setting up a social enterprise for hiring disadvantaged people.