Lessons learnt from the book “How to Change the World” by David Bornstein
This is one of the most insightful books on how social change happens. The stories of the reformers proliferate the idea that every change begins with a vision, is driven with an obsessive desire and an unwavering belief in the rightness of an idea.
Writing a motivation letter is more creative writing than business writing. It involves personal storytelling in a way that is professional, structured, captivating, authentic and relating to the investor’s interests
“It is hard enough to maintain a positive Cashflow in the presence of epileptic power supply and other high hurdles businesses have to climb” -says most micro businesses when asked about social good. So we’ve curated 10 small actions (that won’t break your bank). Find an action you want to embed? Let us know here […]
Most businesses spring up for the sole purpose of making profit. We set up business for ourselves & with ourselves in mind. Along the line, business owners learn to think first about their customer needs in order to make more sales. Business owners seldom get to the part where host communities, or the entire life […]
Truth be told, MSMEs employ over 80% of our labour force, so that should tick some boxes for social good Most micro & small businesses operate without consciousness for the overall sustainability of their businesses (economic, social & environmental) – Guess what? this does more harm than good to your paper chase! Social good and […]
5 REASONS WHY MICRO BUSINESSES ARE CATALYST FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Social development creates a platform for everyone to live a self-sufficient life. It is about improving the wellbeing of each and every individual in the society, so they also can reach their full potential – the type of development that puts people first and focus on the persons in any community