Against the backdrop of cascading global crises, social entrepreneurs are proof that a more just, inclusive and sustainable economy is possible — and other sectors are paying attention. The private sector, in particular, is increasingly looking to partner with, procure from, and do business with social enterprises to help advance their businesses and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) targets.
To capitalize on this opportunity to scale social enterprises’ revenue and impact through corporate partnerships, support organizations like impact investors and accelerators should prioritize corporate readiness. We partnered with NextBillion to share more about the key trends that are driving the momentum behind corporate partnerships with social enterprises, and in the infographic below, you’ll find an overview of the five ways that Social Enterprise Support Organizations (SES0s) can build these enterprises’ capacity for successful partnerships.
You can find more details about each of these five elements in the full article on NextBillion.
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