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- Social entrepreneurship seeks to address targeted problems that may not attract traditional private capital.
- It leverages concepts employed in traditional entrepreneurship.
- The five core steps include: define the scope of the venture, attend to the sociopolitics, emphasize discovery-driven planning, plan disengagement, and attempt to anticipate unintended consequences.
- These steps can be applied to create radically new and profitable markets that help improve the lives of others.
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"Social Entrepreneurship in Healthcare,"
Academic Entrepreneurship for Medical and Health Scientists: Vol. 1
, Article 3.
Available at: https://repository.upenn.edu/ace/vol1/iss4/3