Social Enterprise

By Daniel D'Alonzo

Wealthy children are 10 times more likely to be inventors.





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Social Enterprise

Tools for building the future.

Innovation Inequality and Lost Einsteins
The US seems to have missed out on millions of inventors, according to the research of Raj Chetty’s Opportunity Insights (links below).
Creativity involves your engagement with the world where there is something to do beyond describing a problem. Once you understand the problem, what do you do next?
Seeking Collaborators
Would you like to collaborate with me to send out a future edition of the Social Enterprise Digest. Reply to this email to let me know and we’ll set up a call. Would you like to be featured in a future digest? Reply to this email. Do you have an event coming up? Yup, you guessed it - reply to this email :)
Rise of the Social Enterprise
Deloitte released an interesting PDF in the last few months, “The Rise of the Social Enterprise.” I included a link for you below. Here’s a sentence from the introduction, “In 2018, we are witnessing seismic changes in the workforce, the workplace, and the technologies used in the world of work.” The report doesn’t contain much new information for the socent expert, but it is a significant piece of content. I say this because it is bringing alignment between the two types of organizations (for profit vs non profit).
If you are like me, we only see one type of organization, one type of company, one type of entrepreneur, and that is a founder who decides to build a startup that solves a social problem. Startups solve problems. We want to solve BIG problems.
Techstars Sustainability Accelerator
Applications are open until April (link below). Do you have a project? Are you working on your pitch deck? Do you want feedback? Reply to this email. I am here to support you!
Daniel D'Alonzo
In case you missed the poem we wrote for you last week, you can access the full poem here.

The Techstars Sustainability Accelerator, in partnership with The Nature Conservancy
Lost Einsteins: The US may have missed out on millions of inventors | MIT Sloan
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