The Elea Way: A Learning Journey Toward Sustainable Impact

Vanina Farber, Peter Wuffli

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Resumen

Social entrepreneurship and impact investing contribute to a more inclusive capitalism and bring innovative solutions to global challenges, such as fighting poverty and protecting planet earth. This book offers practical advice on how to best integrate entrepreneurship and capital for impact and innovation by using elea's philanthropic investing approach to fight absolute poverty with entrepreneurial means as an example. Written by two leading experts, the book summarizes insights from elea's 15-year pioneering journey, from creating an investment organization, choosing purposeful themes, and sourcing opportunities, to partnering with entrepreneurs for impact creation. This includes suggestions on how to lead impact enterprises in such areas as developing strategies, plans, and models; building effective teams and organizations; managing resources; and handling crises. Using real-life examples, this is valuable reading for entrepreneurs, investors, executives, philanthropists, policymakers, and anyone curious about entrepreneurship and inclusive capitalism.
Idioma originalInglés
EditorialRoutledge
Número de páginas298
ISBN (versión impresa)9780367549213, 9781000225983
EstadoPublicada - 17 nov 2020

Palabras clave

  • BUS008000:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Business Ethics
  • BUS072000:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / Sus
  • Business conditions
  • Business ethics
  • Economic conditions
  • Sustainable development

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