Paul Gershlick, IP partner, Matthew Arnold & Baldwin

Too broad a brush to get the green light

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  • One of the reasons that people are concerned is that there are many social enterprises (SE) that are nonprofits rather than for-profit businesses. I agree that the defintion has become too broad --my first question when speaking with someone about SE is what is your definition of social entreprise?

    I am a member of the Social Entrepsie Alliance and there is much debate about the defintion. I think that it is great that company's now want to contribute to social and environmental goals, can't they already do that without being trademarked as a social enterprise?

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