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Social Entrepreneurship

As the Doomsday Clock ticks ever closer to midnight, many entrepreneurs are attempting to turn the tide by developing, funding and executing solutions to the world's most inextricable social, cultural and environmental problems. Learn how some have succeeded, how some have failed and why putting people and the environment before profits can be a lucrative strategy.

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