Social Business Framework

The below social business framework diagram explains how social business needs to consider the following: market factors (competition, brand, customer expectations), social objectives (customer experience, employee enablement, supplier empowerment), social output (content on social media) and social tools (social media, community, supplier network). Social business has many attributes of other businesses but it is more people/cause oriented.

Social Business Framework diagram

The What And How Of Social Business

Social businesses function in most ways like forprofit businesses, yet since the social impact is the primary purpose of this business, all profits have to be reinvested into the business (i.e. no dividends are paid out to the owners) or are used to start new social business to increase the impact of the organization.

A social enterprise or social business is defined as a business that has specific social objectives that serve its primary purpose. Social enterprises seek to maximize profits while maximizing benefits to society and the …

Profits realized by the business are reinvested in the business itself (or used to start other social businesses), with the aim of increasing social impact, for example expanding the company’s reach, improving the products or services or in other ways subsidizing the social mission.

The What And How Of Social Business diagram

Social Business

Social business was defined by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus and is described in his books. In these books, Yunus defined a social business as a business: Created and designed to address a social problem. A nonloss, nondividend company, i.e. It is financially selfsustainable and.

A social enterprise is a type of business model that aims to solve social challenges while simultaneously providing goods or services. Social businesses also add to competition and bring a brand new dimension to the business world: promoting and engaging with a new sociallyaware…

On the other hand, unlike a nonprofit, a social business is not dependent on donations or on private or public grants to survive and to operate, because, as any other business, it is selfsustainable.

Social Business diagram