Social Venturing

Social Venturing (2009) by Geoff Mulgan, Julie Simon (nee Caulier-Grice), Robin Murray – part of a series on methods and issues in social innovation – focuses on how to establish and grow a social venture. Includes sections on the process of venture formation (business models, incomes and outcomes, charting the elements, economic architecture and business plans, setting up the venture); ownership and governance; financing; and culture, knowledge and relational capital.

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