Franchise Financing Strategy

Social Capital Partners has spent the past four years supporting social enterprises across the country and learning how to start and run businesses that balance dual missions. During that time we have worked with several talented social entrepreneurs and remarkable enterprises, most of which we continue to support. At the same time however, we have come to understand just how challenging it is to start a social enterprise, or any business for that matter, from scratch. If one considers that a typical private sector entrepreneur must manage dozens of business-related variables in order to reach financial success it is only logical that a social entrepreneur must control dozens more variables in order to reach both financial and social success. This challenge is compounded by the fact that truly great social enterprise business models are difficult to find.

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