Blog Archive » Making the process transparent. As a field of study, social enterprise is crossing the threshold from young to established; as a practice, it has been around even longer. Despite the passage of time, there is still no single accepted best practice or body of literature defining success in social enterprise. Documenting and sharing learning is a key mechanism that moves the industry forward and ultimately helps more low income producers and consumers. Enter the Social Enterprise Profiles.
This is a joint initiative of Intellecap's Beyond Profit in India and the SEEP Network's Value Initiative , based in Washington, DC. Social Enterprise Profiles' focus is on stories about growth, scale, and transition that highlight organizational successes and challenges. More... Hello, I'm Autumn Walden from UPenn's Center for High Impact Philanthropy. We welcome your feedback and encourage you to contact us via any communication vehicle you prefer. Email: email@example.com or Phone: 215.573.7266 Blog: Evaluation and Analysis of Networks. Economics of Networks. Brad DeLong's Website.