- March 12, 2017
- Posted by: EBAN Team
- Category: News
Social entrepreneurs using businesses to help tackle social problems are emerging across the globe but there is little data to see which countries are encouraging this growing sector. To fill this gap, the Thomson Reuters Foundation teamed up with Deutsche Bank, UnLtd and the Global Social Entrepreneurship Network to conduct the world’s first experts’ poll on the best countries for social entrepreneurs.
Our findings highlight areas of strength and weakness in the world’s biggest economies, giving social entrepreneurs, policy makers and investors the research needed to further discuss, explore and pursue innovative ways of doing business for good. We also highlight the countries where women social entrepreneurs are performing best.
Access the poll.
Article originally published here.