Sustainable Development

5 ways business can support and partner with social entrepreneurs

A woman looks at backpacks made of hemp, recycled plastics and bottles from fishing nets at the booth of the company Vaude, during the ISPO trade fair for sports equipment and fashion in Munich, Germany, January 26, 2020. REUTERS/Michael Dalder - RC2PNE91D40P

Working with and supporting businesses that have a social or environmental benefit is one way organisations can contribute to a fairer society. Image: REUTERS/Michael Dalder

Åsa Skogström Feldt
Manager, IKEA Social Entrepreneurship, Inter IKEA Group
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