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US named top country for entrepreneurs using business to do good but public left puzzled

While the United States, Canada and Britain topped the list of nations best for social entrepreneurs, our poll revealed concerns over a lack of public understanding about this new way of doing business. Is this confusion holding back the sector? VIEW THE FULL STORY

FACTBOX - Seeking to do good but what is a social entrepreneur?

The first experts' poll on the top nations for social entrepreneurs found most people do not know what they do VIEW THE FULL STORY

Where are women most actively leading social enterprises?

Women are well represented in leadership roles in social enterprises, according to 68 percent of experts in our poll, but less than half say women are paid the same as men. Click here to read which countries are leading the way. VIEW THE FULL STORY VIEW THE RESULTS

Access to funds emerges as a major challenge for business leaders seeking to do good

India was one of the countries where it was easiest to access investment, coming behind Canada, Singapore, the United States, and Belgium. Why is that? VIEW THE FULL STORY

What are the hot spots for social entrepreneurs globally?

Santiago and Nairobi have emerged as two of the five most exciting places for business leaders wanting to have a social impact alongside major hubs like London, Berlin and Hong Kong. Why do these two cities stand out? VIEW THE FULL STORY

Fears for social entrepreneurs in Britain as Brexit looms large

Will Britain's role as a pioneering country for social entrepreneurs suffer as it prepares to leave the European Union? VIEW THE FULL STORY