3 Ways Social Enterprises Can Attract Millennial Investments

Money talks, and with millennials representing $2.45 trillion in spending power, corporations are paying close attention to this generation’s financial interests. Having grown up with globalization and economic disruption as the norm, millennials are interested in investing towards a more equitable future for all. One recent study found that the average millennial donates nearly $600… Read More


Can Tiny Homes Put an End to Homelessness?

Can the “tiny house movement” mitigate rising homeless populations in America’s most populous cities? While homes less than 500 square feet have become a fad for lots of people looking to live more simply, shrink their environmental footprint and lessen their financial burdens, governments and social service organizations have also taken notice of its potential… Read More


What It Means to Be a Socially Conscious Consumer

The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any. – Alice Walker Terms like socially conscious, social enterprise and eco-friendly get thrown around a lot. But what do they actually mean? And does it really matter if we buy products and support companies that label themselves as such?… Read More


5 Social Enterprises in Southeast Asia That Are Making the World a Better Place

Southeast Asia is quickly becoming a hotspot for wandering expatriates and ambitious millennials looking to capitalize on the region’s growing support for social enterprises. Vietnam is just one country that’s taking advantage of this trend, and in 2014 the country amended enterprise laws to provide social entrepreneurs with special consideration and the ability to obtain… Read More