Social entrepreneurship can be difficult to define.
There are also many misconceptions when it comes to social enterprises.
People think that a company with a social mission can't be as successful as a purely for-profit business.
However, Andrew Horn, Founder of Tribute, a socially conscious company that helps people build video tributes for their friends and family, believes this is simply not true.
He defines social entrepreneurship as a business with a dual or triple business goal, a balance between people, profit and the planet. A social entrepreneur strives to build businesses that are not only profitable, but have genuine impact on people's lives.
In today's episode of Small Business War Stories, we explore this topic and more with Tribute CEO and founder Andrew Horn.