Social Enterprise

 

Enterprise is not limited to commerce. Social entrepreneurship is a growing reality in today's interconnected world. For example, social enterprise has transformed business in developing nations, reducing poverty and opening doors to opportunity and a better life for millions with micro-banking and other innovations. Cultural understanding and personal relationships are perhaps even more important in social enterprise than in commerce. The Global Enterprise Network can facilitate the learning, information gathering, relationship building and strategy development that will give your social enterprise greater likelihood for success.

 

 

For more information, contact:

Herbert Ouida
houida99@aol.com
(201) 803-1366

Sarah Horn
shorn@fdu.edu
(201) 692-7362

Office of Global Learning

Metropolitan Campus
1000 River Road,
Mail Code: H-DH2-15
Suite: Dickinson Hall 2155
Teaneck, NJ 07666

College at Florham
285 Madison Avenue,
Mail Code: M-MS0-03
Suite: The Mansion Basement
Madison, New Jersey 07940


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