Who are you?


You started a company to solve a social problem and want to create more impact.

You built a successful business and want to contribute more to society

You started a company to solve a social problem and want to create more impact.

That's me!

You built a successful business and want to contribute more to society

That's me!

Social entrepreneurs who want to make more social impact

Because you have so much passion for your company, you want to create more impact. But although you are putting in lots of hours, sometimes it feels like you do not get a single step closer to achieving your goal.

You would like to create more impact. And it would also be nice to earn a bit more. Your goal is not to be loaded, but it would be nice to make more money to support your family and do the things that you enjoy doing. 

Your company needs revenue to create impact. And you need an income to grow and develop yourself and your company.

A well thought off and scaleable business model can help you achieve this. Without losing your mission and your strengths out of side. Curious how to do this?

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Successful entrepreneurs who want to embed social good in their business

Over the years you have build a successful company. Hard work, but it was more than worth it.

Because it all goes so well, you actively help the community. You sponsor the local soccer team, and donate to charities. But actually you would like to do more.

You see many entrepreneurs around you who start a company to solve a problem. Social entrepreneurs. But many do not call themselves social entrepreneurs and many are not (yet) future proof. How great would it be if you and your successful company could solve a social problem? But how could you do this?

A new business model is the answer. A business model where you solve a problem and simultaneously create revenue. A business model that is scalable. Curious how to do this?

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Watch the video on what we can learn from social enterprises