MarGEn Social business aims at solving societal issues that neither states nor civil society have been able to successfully tackle by themselves. Such specificities as the social goal orientation and the renunciation of dividend payments as well as the efficiency of these market approaches make it possible. In other words, the surplus value generated by social business takes the form of social profit instead of capital growth.
Social business is a form of business striking a balance between social objectives and financial goals, situated somewhere between profit-maximizing business and the non-profit sector. When understood in such broad terms, social business represents a significant sector of the economy
MarGEn design innovative business models, entirely geared towards best serving their target beneficiaries. Several key requirements are needed to build up such a successful social business model: encouraging social impact-oriented shareholders that fully endorse the business endeavor, and establishing partnerships that bring complementary resources and expertise.