Social Entrepreneurship

September 28, 2018

An effort towards the usage of start-up companies and other entrepreneurs to develop, fund and implement solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues. This concept may be applied to a variety of organizations with different sizes, aims, and beliefs.

Team Tyndis have the constant aim of emerging as a team who try to tackle society’s most pressing problems and attempt to drive social innovation in field of travel and tourism,environment and human rights, using innovative approaches and devising experiential activities with participation of the local communities.

The way we pursue our goals is what makes us distinctive. Similar to a business entrepreneur, a social entrepreneur operates with entrepreneurial determination and business methods to create financially-sustainable organisations that often have an income-generating stream built into the business model. A couple of keywords that are applicable to Team Tyndis are: Innovation, Sustainability, Responsibility and Social Impact.

At Tyndis, we strongly believe that entrepreneurship describes the combination of a context in which an opportunity is situated, a set of personal characteristics required to identify and pursue this opportunity, and the creation of a particular outcome.

Although social enterprises occupy themselves with the usual business aspects: an appealing product or service, good customer service, ensuring customers return; they can still be regarded as somewhat rebellious in the business milieu. As a social entrepreneur, your market is society and the product you are providing is innovation and transformation within this society. Though social enterprises have a lot in common with standard for-profit business models, maximizing financial returns is not the main aim. Here, the objective is social and environmental enhancement.

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