Business models beyond profit & Social Entrepreneurship

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This is a very important presentation made by Alexander Osterwalder at , Bremen, for the impACT program. Examples reviewed include , Grameen Bank, Wise and many more.

Although it may look like it is more dedicated to corporations it works as well for NPO and other civil society organizations.
It is really important that the myth surrounding the dualism of non-profit and disappears. Non-profit organizations should have profits to allow them to be sustainable and even to grow.

For-profit organizations should care more and more about their environmental and in the world and in the communities they belong to. A non-profit (or not for profit) organization only means that the members of that organization do not share profits among them and nothing else.

The book behind the presentation can be bought at Amazon USA.

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Lopo Lencastre de Almeida Entrepreneur. Project Manager, Web Strategist and Application Developer. Particularly interested in client / server systems and design of relational databases, Usability, UX and Accessibility, Security, Authentication and authorization in distributed software development. Always keen to be part of interesting projects, particularly in the spirit of FLOSS. Also interested in governance, ethics and transparency.

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Note: this article was last updated in February 26th, 2010

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