Social Enterprise : SE. Presented by OPPD. Social Enterprise : SE. Definition of SE What is SE SE is intended SE done Comparison between a SE with CSR. Definition of SE.
Presented by OPPD.
‘The Social Enterprise is a business with primarily social objectives whose surpluses are principally reinvested for that purpose in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders and owners‘
community development trusts
1. A televised exchange with the corporate sector, non-profit society.
2. Encourage large businesses to help society. By nonprofits.
1. Business operations respondents social development.
2. Bring profits back to society through employment opportunities to those who are able to work.
3. More than half of the business. Not from donations.
4. Half of the profits will be used to develop a society without hope of return.
5. Must be transparent and credible to make a great change to society.
"CSR is an activity or social projects of the company or business for profit as usual, but SE is a business that aims not to seek profit, but aims to be the way in helping to solve social or environmental."
1. (Thailand) Chaophya Hospital Abhaibhubate. Research and studies of the herb. The goal is to make herb is acceptable to society at large that can be used as replacement therapy drugs from abroad.
2. (Cambodia) Digital Divide Data (DDD) is a large IT companies the opportunity to work with the disadvantaged and disabled. Which was excluded from the society.
3. (Bangladesh) Grameen Bank, founded by Nobel Prize-winning economist Muhammad U Nu lending small. (Micro-credit) to women Bangladeshi investors to set their own affairs.
4. (India) SKS India is governed financial services to the poor in India through programs of community banking for business investment and for other emergency. Without the need to borrow money to pay off high interest.