Sustainable Social Business Ventures and Wealth Building

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Do you finance needs of your church or not-for profit organization by planning one event after the next, only to use more resources than the event generates? Are you a solo practioner who wonders what would happen to your business if you were to become incapacitated? This slide share describes the term, “social enterprise” in plain language, from the perspective of HEALTH INTIATIVES.

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Sustainable Social Business Ventures and Wealth Building

  1. 1. 2 A business that addresses any issue affecting a person’s quality of life The issues will exist in 1 of 4 categories  Health  Wealth  Justice  Housing
  2. 2. 3 Many great business ideas provide temporary income, but not a long-term basis, revenue stream. Therefore, Sustainable does NOT include one day events, such as :  “fund-raisers”  conferences (including teleconferences), and  Live conventions
  3. 3. 4 A sustainable, social enterprise is a business that meets a social need
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  5. 5. 6  Your social enterprise must involve some form of innovation….a new way of approaching an old problem
  6. 6. 7Social needs: Malnutritionand curing preventablediseases Health Freedom Champion 1991 nobel nomineehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gBbTNFW_L4Y
  7. 7. 8 http://youtu.be/Wp9C50t1p0A Social Needs: Malnutrition and bank loans to the poor Dr. Muhhamed Yunus, Nobel Laureate
  8. 8. 9•The revenue stream, in the name of the corporation or 501(c)(3) is reinvested back into the enterprise=100%•A second revenue stream,established bythe enterprise owner,is direct pay, in their personalname . If that person is a Pastor orfoundation leader,they may or may not choseto donate that amount to theenterprise.
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