How might we educate the next wave of change-makers to achieve success during the startup phase of their social enterprise?
Since the fall of 2011, I’ve been working with Shana Dressler to develop the Social Good Guides, a series of 20+ small business guides created to support startup and early stage social entrepreneurs and nonprofit founders, as well as anyone interested in producing projects with social impact. The goal of the guides is to centralize general knowledge and equip change-makers with information about the essential business skills a founder needs to be familiar with in order to achieve success during the startup phase of their venture building.
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“For the past 4 years I’ve been working with Marc on an epic project called the Social Good Guides. With all the challenges that comes with producing a project of this size, I count myself lucky to have shared the long road – start to finish – with Marc. He brought his incredible knowledge of entrepreneurship and design to the table, a professionalism second to none and, most importantly, he is one of the most reliable people I’ve ever worked with. How did I get so lucky?”