"Three Ps that I can't sacrifice: Process, Purpose, and Principles.”
― Sharad Vivek Sagar
What Is A Social Entrepreneur Anyway?
Business and social responsibility – not concepts that often sit comfortably put together. When we think of corporate social responsibility, it can be too easy to point to examples that are tokenistic, after-thoughts, or actively undone by the company’s main area of business, such as when KFC offered to donate profits from it's mega-size Pepsi sales to further research into diabetes.
Of course there can be good examples. But ultimately a business’ primary responsibility is to its owners and shareholders, isn’t it? Social responsibility is traditionally the role of governments and charities, right?