Of social business ventures and Islamic principles


The Quran calls for the world’s resources to be used not only to meet individual needs but also moral obligations.

INTEREST in the area of social entrepreneurship has gained momentum in recent years. Many studies have been commissioned in this area, including comparative studies to clarify the concepts of conventional entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship, and also social entrepreneurship with not-for-profit activities such as corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, charity and voluntary work.

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