“Here, in Pro Bono Australia, Daniel Flynn of the Thankyou group, an Australian social enterprise, lodges a complaint about the vagueness embedded in the way some enthusiasts discuss social enterprise. In particular, he had quite a bit to say about a recent experience he had at the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship: For the last five years, I’ve thought a social enterprise is a business that exists for the sole purpose of a social outcome.” Apparently his view was not fully shared at that convocation and he came away concerned about the inclusiveness of the term.”

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