Our experience at RSF Social Finance shows that they can. Seed a movementWe have invested in building a legal and financial infrastructure that allows social enterprises to thrive. All movements are small and vulnerable at the beginning; however, providing the fuel that starts the fire is enormously important. John Bloom is vice president of organizational culture at San Francisco-based RSF Social Finance, a pioneering funder of social enterprises. He is also the author of several books, including the recently published Inhabiting Interdependence: Being in the Next Economy.
Source:Huffington Post January 11, 2017 22:11 UTC