Brazil

"Access to risky capital and the ability to scale the business up by selling to government and big companies would make a big difference for social entrepreneurs in Brazil."

Rebeca Rocha, Aspen Institute

Polling Results

How brazil scored from 1 to 44 for each question. (Lowest rank and highest average score is the most positive).

  • 42

    Conditions are favourable for social entrepreneurs to start and grow their businesses

    (31.8)
  • 42

    Government policy supports social entrepreneurs

    (20.5)
  • 43

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to get grant funding

    (20.5)
  • 26

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to access investment (debt and/or equity)

    (34.1)
  • 25

    Social entrepreneurs can access the non-financial support they need

    (59.1)
  • 41

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to sell to government

    (18.2)
  • 40

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to sell to business

    (43.2)
  • 39

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to sell to the public

    (50)
  • 17

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to attract staff with the required skills

    (56.8)
  • 23

    The general public understands what social entrepreneurs do

    (36.4)
  • 28

    Social entrepreneurs can make a living from their work in my country

    (52.5)
  • 25

    Social entrepreneurship is gaining momentum

    (77.3)

Questions We Asked

Click a question below to explore a summary of the key findings and see the polling results.