People often feel confused about Entrepreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship. In Entrepreneurship, an individual (entrepreneur) senses an opportunity and comes out with an idea and thus making profit is the main intention here. While in social entrepreneurship, an individual senses or realizes a social problem and then comes up with an idea to solve this problem. The primary intention here is social well-being. Profit is the natural outcome of the process and thus secondary option here. Entrepreneurs are increasing in numbers. But, the number of social entrepreneurs is still not that much.
MBA (UPM, Malaysia), Visiting Scholar (UoM, Japan), BBA (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh).
Lecturer in Finance
Department of Entrepreneurship
Daffodil International University
Daffodil Business Incubator Building
Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh