"Today people are aware that businesses can be greedy and selfish – particularly big ones but there is a growing appetite for ‘Social Enterprises’ as opposed to ‘for-profit businesses’. In my view – in particular with SMEs – there should be no difference a great business – that makes a profit to grow itself and reward those who created it and work in it should be a ‘social enterprise’ i.e. society should benefit inclusively. Its customers, staff, suppliers, shareholders, the community and the ecology should share in its success. If that were so, it is certain to grow…"
Lord Stone of Blackheath (a Former MD of M&S)
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