[Startup Central] Why social enterprises should be kept non-profit

A very interesting article by Luis Miranda, our advisor.

“I discussed this with Priya Naik, founder of Samhita Social Ventures. She raised an interesting point – when all stakeholders don’t share in the upside fairly, problems occur. For example, if the investors make out like bandits but the poor borrowers don’t share in the upside we see tension. Or where investors make huge profits but teachers and artisans are still paid as if they work in a non-profit we see tension.  Hence, it is important that incentives are fairly aligned across the organization.”

Read full article here.