LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 21, 2020 / Our world revolves around invention and innovation, with entrepreneurs being the key players. According to entrepreneur Wayne Shulick, technological advancements have mee it exceptionally easy for entrepreneurs to succeed, whether in developed or developing countries. However, for Wayne Shulick, just being an entrepreneur is not enough--but being a social entrepreneur is.
Being a social entrepreneur means creating startup companies to promote awareness and come up with ideas to solve social, cultural, economic, and environmental issues. Wayne Shulick believes that social entrepreneurship has a pivotal role to play in serving to turn a profit, find success, and help others across the world. He also notes that entrepreneurs must have a bigger heart and mind to develop solutions to the problems facing society today.
Apart from making money, here is what Wayne Shulick feels about social entrepreneurship.
Social entrepreneurs respond to customer needs.
Our sustainability awareness has gone up in the past couple of years, says Wayne Shulick. Consumers heavily rely on entrepreneurship to solve their problems. For instance, people struggling with weight depend on entrepreneurs' creative minds to come up with weight-cutting ideas and tools. According to Wayne Shulick, this happens in all industries. Social entrepreneurs have to step up and device ways of combating a problem based on their needs. The market demand also sends a signal that there is a problem that needs urgent attention.
Entrepreneurs are the inspirational sauce of impact.
Social entrepreneurs are passionate about bringing change. That is why we have new car models, devices, fashion, and other products being constantly upgraded to make them better and solve previous challenges. In most cases, social entrepreneurship works on solving significant issues that will contribute to society's betterment. Entrepreneurs have an impact wherever they go. They create things; they add value and impact society. Additionally, they enhance society's capacity to act and bring change. We should also expect intrapreneurs to take similar steps as they will be the entrepreneurs of tomorrow, notes Wayne Shulick.
They develop relationships that go beyond economic purpose.
While entrepreneurship revolves around the economy, social entrepreneurship has the ability to touch almost every sector and make a positive impact. As opposed to business connections and other traditional commerce, social relations facilitate emotional support and economic growth. Over the years, we have seen massive participation of entrepreneurs in supporting and sponsoring various organizations, events, and groups to bring a difference in the world, says Wayne Shulick. Sharing information, source, and love among the unprivileged communities like humanitarian initiatives have proved that social entrepreneurship is what we need to create a network.
Social entrepreneurs make the world a better place.
Wayne Shulick also notes our world wouldn't be where it is without entrepreneurship. While we are all focused on making the world a better place, social entrepreneurs have set a good pace that everyone should follow. For most social entrepreneurs, social change and social value are critical. Monetary profit just becomes a pathway for entrepreneurs to meet people-centered goals because clearly, social entrepreneurship is more than an economic activity --they provide society with world-changing solutions.
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