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Fresh Business Thinking.com: Cambridge Business School supports the rise of social entrepreneurs

The rise of the social entrepreneur represents an exciting challenge to current thinking about the role of business, particularly how to blend commercial and social values. There are a number of models emerging that have done this successfully. To share this best practice, the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) based at Cambridge Judge Business School, has appointed two social enterprise pioneers — Dr Neil Stott and Tim Jones — as Entrepreneurs in Residence to give students the benefits of their experiences and insights…”

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