Yunus Social Business

A social enterprise is a company with a social mission at its core. Established to solve a specific problem for the benefit of poor or disadvantaged members of society, social enterprises operate exactly like normal businesses, except for some small differences.

Unlike a charity, a social enterprise generates profits and aims to be economically self-sufficient. Eliminating the need for fundraising allows social enterprises to reinvest profits to generate a sustainable social impact.

A social business is created by the disadvantaged population it serves or serves as its main clients.

100% of the company’s profits are reinvested in the continuation of the company’s social mission.


Targets Germany
Sectors Business services
SDG (3) 2. Zero Hunger, 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth, 17. Partnerships to achieve the Goal