Turkey

"People do not understand social entrepreneurs create money making businesses like any other business, and they question the philosophy of it if the entrepreneur ends up making profit."

Ayse Sabuncu, Impact Hub Istanbul

Polling Results

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

  • 44

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

    (27.1)
  • 44

    Government policy supports social entrepreneurs

    (8.3)
  • 42

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to get grant funding

    (20.8)
  • 44

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

    (12.5)
  • 27

    Social entrepreneurs can access the non-financial support they need

    (58.3)
  • 44

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to sell to government

    (7.5)
  • 43

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to sell to business

    (27.3)
  • 43

    It is easy for social entrepreneurs to sell to the public

    (43.2)
  • 38

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

    (39.6)
  • 44

    The general public understands what social entrepreneurs do

    (18.2)
  • 44

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

    (31.3)
  • 27

    Social entrepreneurship is gaining momentum

    (77.1)

Questions We Asked

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