The Importance of Ethical Entrepreneurship

6 06 2008

It becomes all too easy in our fast-paced commercial world to adopt a dog-eat-dog style of conducting business. It has become a norm to be cynical and say that there is no such thing as an ethical corporation. What does all this mean for both consumers and those who serve them?

The answer: No less than an atmosphere of total distrust and discomfort. Can we continue to live and work in such a world where we have to watch our collective back all the time? But the irony here is that some of the most successful and lasting corporations the world has known have been built on the foundation of a number of ethical principles.

We believe that one has to start with a belief system to get anywhere. And this is the belief system – thrown in with an endorsement of globally established reputable institutions – that put us where we are today.

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One response

31 10 2008

Hello, I saw your blog and wanted to reach out. I liked your site and this piece particularly, so I thought I’d take a chance. I think you may be able to help us out. We are trying to raise votes for a social enterprise we are working on. We are currently in second place in a seed funding competition that ends tonight (Friday, 10/31).

Here’s a description of our project: Dream Village uses a combination of picture books and an interactive web portal to educate children about important social, economic, and environmental issues. Best of all, the children choose how to use the proceeds. So with Dream Village, kids learn, interact, and then affect real-life positive change. And here’s where you can vote:

If you like our idea and would like to help us out, we could really use all the votes we can get.


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