A profitable startup that can make the world a better place? It's a win-win.
GOOD and TOMS are teaming up to help one lucky social entrepreneur turn her dream into a reality.
Weaving a greater mission into your financial goals can help get your team, customers and community involved to grow your bottom line.
After four months of sailing around the world, entrepreneurs participating in the Unreasonable at Sea accelerator program convene in Washington D.C. to chat about their experiences and rub elbows with investors.
For social entrepreneurs looking to make an impact in the world beyond your own community, now's your chance.
Dell is joining forces with a student advocacy group for an all-day event to discuss entrepreneurship in the educational system.
YoungEntrepreneur.com columnist 'What's Trending' host Shira Lazar sat down with Yael Cohen at this year's SXSW. Here, she describes her startup story and offers advice to other young entrepreneurs.
As a social-impact entrepreneur, you need more than a passion for doing good. Here's how some 'treps are putting their chops to work to run successful enterprises and make the world a better place.
If amassing a huge following is the first priority of startups these days, modern social activists have some key lessons for you.
How local and national publicity helped Julien Leitner, the 14-year-old founder of the Archimedes Alliance, spark change and move the world, $2 at a time.
Twelve-year-old Maya Penn makes organic accessories and clothing and donates 10 percent of profits to local charities.
Consumerism may have hit a highpoint in the last several decades, but these days the real opportunity resides in our closets. Here's a look at the rise of resale startups.
In its inaugural run, the Unreasonable at Sea program kicked off just last week. Here’s a brief intro to the program and three of the entrepreneurs we’ll follow during their four-month voyage.
The founders of some socially-oriented startups have begun focusing on helping fellow entrepreneurs, while creating new business opportunities for themselves. Here's a look at the trend.
Some green improvements may not be worth the trouble or expense. Here's how to determine which changes will provide the greatest return on investment for your company.
As the number of social-entrepreneurs rise, catering to sustainably-minded ventures makes good business. Here's how to ease into working with these companies and how to grow with the trend too.
The social entrepreneur behind DreamNow and other do-gooder groups shares his thoughts on how young, socially-minded treps can do good work and still have enough.
For young entrepreneurs angling to make a difference, conscious capitalism may be for you. Here, we take a look at the concept and consider how to get started.
Here's how two college buddies turned custom T-shirts into a piggy bank for nonprofits and themselves.
While esteemed nonprofit leaders and political figures came together at this year's Clinton Global Initiative, here's how young people also got involved.
If you want to change the world through social entrepreneurship, consider this your ticket. Here's a preview of what to expect from the Clinton Global Initiative and ideas for getting involved.
If you want to raise money for your business from impact investors, then help them find you by putting your company information right in front of them.
An upcoming social-venture competition sheds light on the increased enthusiasm among young entrepreneurs to start up social-impact companies. Here are five ways to rise above the competition.
See how these young treps turned a winning Kickstarter campaign into a thriving business in just a few months. Photo credit: Adrian Cabrero, courtesy of ENK International