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Can a socially conscious company be true both to its mission and to its bottom line? If there's conflict, what gets priority? It's a difficult balancing act and missteps can cost customers, especially among today's socially conscious Millennials. In this roundtable discussion, Ken Harrington of The Bayberry Group, Dave Feldman of the Livability Project and Nicholas Vitalari of Elasticity Labs talk about the importance of authenticity, and how entrepreneurs can harness their business skills towards making a better world.


Ken Harrington
Ken Harrington
Innovation Ecosystem Expert and Entrepreneur Guide / The Bayberry Group
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Dave Feldman
Dave Feldman
CEO / Livability Project
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Nicholas Vitalari
Nicholas Vitalari
CEO / Elasticity Labs
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DOI: 10.17919/X9R59F
Harrington, K., Feldman, D., & Vitalari, N. (2016, October 31). Social entrepreneurship: doing well by doing good. Entrepreneur & Innovation Exchange. Retrieved April 17, 2024, from https://eiexchange.com/content/237-social-entrepreneurship-doing-well-by-doing-good
Harrington, Ken, Dave Feldman, and Nicholas Vitalari. "Social Entrepreneurship: Doing Well by Doing Good" Entrepreneur & Innovation Exchange. 31 Oct. 2016. Web 17 Apr. 2024 <https://eiexchange.com/content/237-social-entrepreneurship-doing-well-by-doing-good>.