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Social Business Innovation

Term: Fall Term

Module Owner:
Prof. Dr. Karin Kreutzer

“Grand challenges” are global problems such as Climate Change, natural resources, pollution, public health, or immigration that can only be addressed through a coordinated and collaborative effort across countries.

Social Entrepreneurship is about individuals and organizations that develop innovative and entrepreneurial solutions to address the Grand Challenges. Thus, social entrepreneurs combine and balance social and financial goals since they harness the power of business to create a positive social impact for society.

In this course, students will learn how to start and grow successful social mission-driven ventures. This course offers a hands-on introduction to social entrepreneurship, and it involves social innovation, nonprofit organizations, and social change.

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Courses within this programme module:

Karin Kreutzer

Professor of Social Business

Vice Dean Research

Head of Impact Institute

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