Social entrepreneurship is key to sustainable and inclusive growth in Asia

This article talks about how social entrepreneurship can become the solution and benefits to a cause or social problem that is occurring in Asia. Although there are low levels of social entrepreneurship in Asia at the moment, there is a sudden shift of focus towards using the concept of social entrepreneurship as a means to an end.

“While education is the catalyst to social entrepreneurship, a solid eco-system of public and private partners must come together to breathe social entrepreneurship to life. At the most basic level, this means addressing common barriers faced by youth entrepreneurs: access to capital, lack of business and management skills, and lack of mentorship support.”

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