Chapter 10: Marketing approaches for social entrepreneurs
A distinctive kind of social entrepreneur is discussed in this chapter: a public entrepreneur (also referred to as a social innovator). This category of entrepreneur operates in public places physically, virtually, discursively and emotionally to build citizenry and sociality. The chapter explores the problems inherent in categorizing these people in terms of traditional methods of marketing.
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