We believe that businesses have the power to bring greater impact to create a better society.
Social Enterprise is the right business model to solve world problems with dignity. However, starting one is not that easy, and sustaining it is even more challenging, BUT NOT IMPOSSIBLE!
We’ve seen proof and met those who have successfully made an impact. We’d like to share our findings.
Like one of our recent speakers, Ibu Mulyati Gozali of Sababay Winery (@sababaywinery), who shared 5 invaluable pointers on starting a Social Enterprise.
We won’t bore you with lengthy explanations, and let these awesome infographics by @thembamoevectory tell the story.
Share this to your friends or someone you know that is starting or thinking of starting a social enterprise, leave a comment, and tell us what you think!
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About Sababay Winery:
Established in early 2010, presently Sababay Winery offers a selection of 6 wines, Award winning wines from international wine and spirits competitions; WSA Singapore 2014, CWSA 2014, HKIWSC 2014.
The name ‘Sababay’ read as [sa-ba-bey] winery originates from our winery’s location along the beautiful ‘SABA’bay (Teluk Saba) in Gianyar, Bali. Sababay is recognized as 100% Indonesian wine in collaboration with the Asteroid R&D Vineyard and local Balinese grape farmers. The integrated farming concept result a sustainable good harvest – that has opened up parts of the world previously thought unsuitable to wine production.
Just like diamonds, grape quality is extracted from the soil and after processing the final product, the wine is polished to give its best result, its best reflection. Another added value from grapes to wine proudly made in Indonesia.