#social business


A social business is a company 100% dedicated to solving a social problem in a financially self-sustainable way. It reinvests its profits to scale its impact.


We work hard to identify the most promising entrepreneurs that have a clear vision, a strong profile and a deeply rooted desire to create an impact within their communities. Out of the 500+ entrepreneurs we ve worked with, here are some of the social businesses we ve supported, either through our tailored accelerator programs and/or financed.


You can make an impact by supporting YSB to grow social businesses around the world.

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YSB Industry: Energy and Environment

What is the problem the social business is solving? Many refugees living in Uganda lack access to fuel for cooking and heating. A lack of access.

YSB Industry: Energy and Environment

YSB Support Received: Accelerator

What is the problem the social business is solving? Changes in life style and a growing population has lead to a dramatic increase in plastic.

#business development jobs


Business Development Jobs

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With growth back on the agenda for many UK businesses now is the perfect time to take your sales career to the next level with Telegraph jobs. We have available jobs in a wide range of sectors from FMCG, engineering, manufacturing, IT and many more. The salaries in sales positions can range from £25k to £90k+, dependent on the level of experience.

With Sales Directors, Area Management, Account Manager, Head of Sales, Field Sales Executive and Sales Assistant roles available throughout our listings there is a job to suit every jobseeker. Some roles may require a solid track record in sales delivery, strategy or reporting whilst at entry level a desire to sell might be all you need. To kick-start your careers in sales and business development check out our Telegraph job vacancies below.

Oslo, Østlandet (NO) Competitve Kezzler

Kezzler is a pioneering company in the formation and development of serialization and secure Track Trace solutions.

Based from home, ideally in central England and within 1.5 hours’ drive from the company’s headquarters in Bristol Attractive base salary plus excellent bonus and benefits Limbs Things

UK Sales Manager – Medical Sales Attractive base salary plus excellent bonus and benefits

Walton-on-Thames, Surrey Up to £24,000 Basic (£40,000 OTE) Recruitment Revolution.Com

We are looking for a sales and account executive to sell direct to clients in our target markets.

Guildford £30000.00 – £45000.00 per annum + 10% OTE + Company Car BMS Performance

*Minimum 3 years face to face selling *Foodservice experience *Business to business sales *Driving license

Farnham £30000 per annum + + uncapped OTE BMS Performance

Our client specialises in financial protection and insurance who are part of a large group with a consistent healthy turnover and backing of large.

Reading £25000.00 per annum + 7.5K OTE + 4.5K Car Allowance BMS Performance

*50% Account Management *Market Leading Brand *Selling to Education Sports Clubs

#business listings


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#types of business


5 Different Types Of Businesses


Sole proprietor

Definition:A sole proprietorship is a business that is owned and operated by a natural person (individual). This is the simplest form of business entity. The sole proprietorship is not a legal entity. The business has no existence separate from the owner who is called the proprietor. SARS

Typical sole traders include the man-in-a-van type of occupation such as a plumber or electrician. However, the term can also apply to people who run small, web-based businesses from home.

This is the simplest and the most common type of business out there. The sole proprietor is responsible for everything the business does. You trade under your own name, with no separation of assets and liabilities. This means that you’ll be held personally liable for any debts that the business incurs.



Definition:A partnership is the relationship existing between two or more persons who join to carry on a trade or business. Each person contributes money, property, labour or skill, and expects to share in the profits and losses of the business. IRS

Partnerships are typically found in professional services such as accountants, lawyers, doctors, dentists etc, where the partners can share expertise and skills. They can also share the workload, organising work rotas to allow for time off and holidays. Partnerships comprise two or more people and any profits, debts and decisions related to the business are shared.



Definition:A company is a legal entity made up of an association of persons, be they natural, legal, or a mixture of both, for carrying on a commercial or industrial enterprise. Wikipedia

Companies are owned by shareholders who each put an amount of money into a central pool. This pool of capital is then added to by borrowing and other forms of finance. Directors run the company on behalf of shareholders, who receive a share of the profits. Each shareholder receives a portion – or share – of the company that is equivalent to what they put in.

A company is seen as a legal entity that is entirely separate from the shareholders.



Definition:A franchise in its’ simplest form is an agreement or license entered into by two parties, the franchisor and the franchisee. Which Franchise

Franchises are licensing arrangements whereby an individual or group can buy the right to trade and produce under a well-known brand name in a given locality. A franchise involves you using another company’s successful business model – and name – to establish your own business. The franchisee benefits from working for themselves while having the privilege and reputation associated with a much larger group.

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Limited liability

Definition:Limited liability is a type of liability that does not exceed the amount invested in a partnership or limited liability company. The limited liability feature is one of the biggest advantages of investing in publicly listed companies. Investopedia

Limited liabilities are intended to benefit professional partnerships such as lawyers, doctors etc. They offer a form of business protection for company shareholders and some limited partners. For these individuals, the maximum sum they can lose from a business venture that goes under, is the sum of money that they invested in the company.

Limited liability allows the members to limit their personal liability if something goes wrong with the business.

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#types of business


Types of Business Organization

It is important that the business owner seriously considers the different forms of business organization types such as sole proprietorship, partnership, and corporation. Which organizational form is most appropriate can be influenced by tax issues, legal issues, financial concerns, and personal concerns. For the purpose of this overview, basic information is presented to establish a general impression of business organization.

Sole Proprietorship

A Sole Proprietorship consists of one individual doing business. Sole Proprietorships are the most numerous form of business organization in the United States, however they account for little in the way of aggregate business receipts.

  • Ease of formation and dissolution. Establishing a sole proprietorship can be as simple as printing up business cards or hanging a sign announcing the business. Taking work as a contract carpenter or freelance photographer, for example, can establish a sole proprietorship. Likewise, a sole proprietorship is equally easy to dissolve.
  • Typically, there are low start-up costs and low operational overhead.
  • Ownership of all profits.
  • Sole Proprietorships are typically subject to fewer regulations.
  • No corporate income taxes. Any income realized by a sole proprietorship is declared on the owner s individual income tax return.
  • Unlimited liability. Owners who organize their business as a sole proprietorship are personally responsible for the obligations of the business, including actions of any employee representing the business.
  • Limited life. In most cases, if a business owner dies, the business dies as well.
  • It may be difficult for an individual to raise capital. It s common for funding to be in the form of personal savings or personal loans.

The most daunting disadvantage of organizing as a sole proprietorship is the aspect of unlimited liability. An advantage of a sole proprietorship is filing taxes as an individual rather than paying corporate tax rates. Some hybrid forms of business organization may be employed to take advantage of limited liability and lower tax rates for those businesses that meet the requirements. These include S Corporations, and Limited Liability Companies (LLC s). Where S-Corps are a Federal Entity, LLC s are regulated by the various states. LLC s give the option for profits from the business to pass through to the owner s individual income tax return.


A Partnership consists of two or more individuals in business together. Partnerships may be as small as mom and pop type operations, or as large as some of the big legal or accounting firms that may have dozens of partners. There are different types of partnerships general partnership, limited partnership, and limited liability partnership the basic differences stemming around the degree of personal liability and management control.

  • Synergy. There is clear potential for the enhancement of value resulting from two or more individuals combining strengths.
  • Partnerships are relatively easy to form, however, considerable thought should be put into developing a partnership agreement at the point of formation.
  • Partnerships may be subject to fewer regulations than corporations.
  • There is stronger potential of access to greater amounts of capital.
  • No corporate income taxes. Partnerships declare income by filing a partnership income tax return. Yet the partnership pays no taxes when this partnership tax return is filed. Rather, the individual partners declare their pro-rata share of the net income of the partnership on their individual income tax returns and pay taxes at the individual income tax rate.
  • Unlimited liability. General partners are individually responsible for the obligations of the business, creating personal risk.
  • Limited life. A partnership may end upon the withdrawal or death of a partner.
  • There is a real possibility of disputes or conflicts between partners which could lead to dissolving the partnership. This scenario enforces the need of a partnership agreement.

As pointed out, unlimited liability exists for partnerships just as for sole proprietorships. One way to alleviate this risk is through Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP s). As with LLC s, LLP s may offer some tax advantages while providing some risk protection for owners.


Corporations are probably the dominant form of business organization in the United States. Although fewer in number, corporations account for the lion s share of aggregate business receipts in the U.S. economy. A corporation is a legal entity doing business, and is distinct from the individuals within the entity. Public corporations are owned by shareholders who elect a board of directors to oversee primary responsibilities. Along with standard, for-profit corporations, there are charitable, not-for-profit corporations.

  • Unlimited commercial life. The corporation is an entity of its own and does not dissolve when ownership changes.
  • Greater flexibility in raising capital through the sale of stock.
  • Ease of transferring ownership by selling stock.
  • Limited liability. This limited liability is probably the biggest advantage to organizing as a corporation. Individual owners in corporations have limits on their personal liability. Even if a corporation is sued for billions of dollars, individual shareholder s liability is generally limited to the value of their own stock in the corporation.
  • Regulatory restrictions. Corporations are typically more closely monitored by governmental agencies, including federal, state, and local. Complying with regulations can be costly.
  • Higher organizational and operational costs. Corporations have to file articles of incorporation with the appropriate state authorities. These legal and clerical expenses, along with other recurring operational expenses, can contribute to budgetary challenges.
  • Double taxation. The possibility of double taxation arises when companies declare and pay taxes on the net income of the corporation, which they pay through their corporate income tax returns. If the corporation also pays out dividends to individual shareholders, those shareholders must declare that dividend income as personal income and pay taxes at the individual income tax rates. Thus, the possibility of double taxation.

This overview was developed by Dr. Sharon Garrison.
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#unsecured business loans


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“We reached out to SnapCap after being turned down from our bank for a small business loan, even after proving to the bank that we has a super solid business doubling our annual revenues every year for the past four years. We needed a small influx of capitol to get us through the slow season and pay some huge insurance deposits. SnapCap came to the rescue, but not without jumping through some hoops that were to be expected.”

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“My loan officer went above and beyond in helping to navigate the complex process. His optimistic charm, professionalism, and dogged efforts were amazing. Some aspects of the process were a little challenging and stressful, but Franklin made it all work smoothly and was always available to help even when we were waiting to get approved. Simply put, Franklin and SnapCap are amazing!”

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#unsecured business loans


Unsecured Business Loans

As many small business owners have discovered the hard way, in order to get, sometimes you have to give. This is especially true when it comes to obtaining loans. Oftentimes lenders will require owners to pledge collateral against a loan. However, this isn t always a viable option for business owners, which is why an unsecured business loan may be the ideal alternative.

Business Loans with No Collateral

Essentially, an unsecured business loan is a loan that is issued without collateral being put forth on the part of the borrower. Traditional lenders might require you to put your home or some other type of asset on the line in order to qualify for funding, but an unsecured business loan does away with this requirement.

Lenders use secured loans as a way to cover their bases in case the borrower defaults. This way, even if a business owner is unable to pay back their loan, the lender has some recourse in the form of selling whatever asset has been pledged to cover the costs.

Unfortunately for business owners, they may not always have the collateral necessary to access the cash they need. However, even if an owner does have assets that can be used to secure a business loan. they may not want to put personal property on the line for a business matter.

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Qualifying for an Unsecured Business Loan

Some lenders make it quite difficult to qualify for an unsecured business loan. Because they are taking on more risk, they will have much more stringent qualifying standards intended to show them a borrower has a low chance of defaulting on their loan.

This could include a spotless credit report, a detailed business plan and more.

However, at National Funding, we re dedicated to tailoring loans to fit the needs of small business owners, and that means lending without collateral.

For instance, our merchant cash advance provides business owners with up to $250,000 cash without collateral. We can do this thanks to our special repayment method of taking a small fixed percentage of your daily credit card sales transactions.

Qualifying for this type of loan is easy. The simple criteria you must meet are at least one year in business and monthly credit card transactions averaging at least $3,000. With no fixed payments, hidden fees or upfront costs, a merchant cash advance could be the ideal solution if you re seeking an unsecured business loan.

At National Funding we will never require collateral, so if a cash advance for your business isn’t the right solution, we have many other business financing options available that can be tailored to your needs. Contact National Funding today to explore how our unsecured business loan options can help you meet your goals.


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#business networking


What Is Business Networking, Anyway?

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Business networking is leveraging your business and personal connections to bring you a regular supply of new business. The concept sounds simple, doesn t it? Don t let that fool you, though. Because it involves relationship building, it can be a deceptively complex process.

Think about it. How many people do you know? How many of these people truly understand what you do? How many of these folks have directed prospects to you as referrals? And how many of those referrals have actually turned into business?

Business networking is much more than showing up at networking functions, shaking a
lot of hands and collecting a bunch of cards.

For example, imagine two people attending an event, sizing it up and drawing an imaginary line down the middle. They separate, each taking half the room. At the end of the event, they meet again to see who s collected the most business cards.

Have you met these people? Sure you have. We all have. What did they accomplish? They collected a lot of cards that will end up on a shelf, in a drawer, in the trash, or–worse yet–scanned into a computer so they can spam everyone they just met. Why? What does a business card represent? It s a piece of paper, with ink and images on it. No relationship has been formed. This networking strategy, by itself, isn t an effective use of time, money or energy.

Some people get frustrated with networking because they seem to be making as much progress as a rear-wheel-drive truck on an icy hill: one foot forward, 10 feet back–getting nowhere fast.

Networking for business growth must be strategic and focused. Not everyone you meet can help move your business forward–but everything you do can be driven by the intention to grow your business. You have total control over whom you meet, where you meet them and how you develop and leverage relationships for mutual benefit. You have total control over whether you enter into the unique 29 percent of the population that is separated by six degrees (read The 29% Solution to learn more), whether you stay there, or whether you never get there at all.

Networking your business means you have to be proactive. The core of networking is doing something specific each week that is focused on networking for business growth. Make a plan, focus and be consistent. When you understand exactly what business networking is and step up to the challenge, you ll find avenues of opportunity that you may have otherwise never discovered, and you will be making an invaluable investment in the steady growth of your business.

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#free business website


Free Websites for Small Businesses

If you’re a small business owner, it’s easier than you may have heard to establish a web presence.

Google will help you get your small business up online

After launching the Get Your Business Online program several years ago, Google has now rebranded the effort and is calling it Let’s Put Our Cities on the Map. By logging on and selecting your state, you can have access to the following:

  • Free, easy-to-build website
  • Free customized domain name
  • Free web hosting for one year
  • Free online tools and training
  • Learn how to put more information about your business into Google
  • Get your company verified for Google searches
  • Add information such as location, hours of operation
  • Add photos to enhance the listing
  • Get a diagnostic tool to see how you can improve yourlisting and visibility

After the first year, you’ll have to pay $16 annually for your domain name and $6 a month for hosting. Additional email support is available after 12 months for a fee.

So the easy part is getting your site up and running. The hard part is getting traffic to your site and updating your info online all the time. Google is hosting free seminars across the country to help you with that part.

For example, if you’re a restaurant owner, you might want to post your daily special each day. If you’re a retail storefront, you’d probably want to post at least a weekly special. A static website that doesn’t get updated won’t engage people. They’ll visit once or twice online and never come back again.

Other options to get your small business online

While I like the Google options, my new favorite choice for small business websites is a pay service called SquareSpace.com. My second favorite choice is SmallBusiness.Yahoo.com. Check them out!

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  • #what is business


    What is a Business? – Definition, Characteristics & Examples

    This lesson provides a definition of a business and reviews the key characteristics needed to have a business. The conclusion of this lesson includes a variety of business examples.


    According to well-known professors William Pride, Robert Hughes, and Jack Kapoor, business is ‘the organized effort of individuals to produce and sell, for a profit, the goods and services that satisfy society’s needs.’ A business, then, is an organization which seeks to make a profit through individuals working toward common goals. The goals of the business will vary based on the type of business and the business strategy being used. Regardless of the preferred strategy, businesses must provide a service, product, or good that meets a need of society in some way.


    There are three key characteristics that must be met to have a business. First, businesses must be the result of individuals working together in an organized way. Second, businesses must satisfy a societal need. Third, businesses must seek to make a profit.

    As Pride, Hughes and Kapoor note, businesses are comprised of individuals working together in an organized way in order to be successful. Businesses are organized around the resources needed to be successful, as well as the type of business that is being operated. Some businesses may be organized in a way that requires constant cooperation and communication with other employees. Other businesses may not require as much contact with other employees but may instead rely on automated workflows. They must decide the best way to be organized based on their individual goals.

    Businesses must also satisfy a need for society. For example, a grocery store satisfies the need to be able to purchase food for ourselves and our families.

    Grocery stores satisfy a basic societal need.

    Another example of satisfying a societal need is a gas station that provides needed fuel for most cars to operate.

    Gas stations provide fuel to drivers, satisfying a need in society.

    Businesses must carefully consider what need they are meeting for society in order to strategically plan for success. For example, society may have a limited interest in purchasing a personal hovercraft for travel. Travel needs are currently met in other ways, so a business focused solely on personal hovercraft may struggle more than the gas station at meeting a definite need.

    Finally, businesses are organizations which are profit-seeking. meaning that they are not the same as non-profit organizations. Whereas non-profit organizations seek donations and funding to meet a mission, such as feeding the homeless in a city, a business organization’s goal will be centered on profit. For example, a business organization might be seeking to become the first four-star hotel in a city.

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    Examples of businesses are nearly everywhere we look. We interact with businesses each day as we commute to and from work, purchase goods and services, or decide what we’ll have for dinner. Businesses include large organizations such as Coca-Cola, Amazon, Walmart or General Motors. The heart of America, however, remains the small business. Small businesses in your city may include accounting firms, restaurants, local shops, and more. The Internet has helped to bridge the gap of competition between small and large firms. Businesses, whether large or small, are able to use the Internet to increase sales around the world as well as to compete globally.

    Lesson Summary

    Let’s review. A business is the organized effort of individuals to produce and sell, for a profit, the goods and services that satisfy society’s needs. There are three key characteristics that must be met to have a business:

    • First, businesses must be the result of individuals working together in an organized way.
    • Second, businesses must satisfy a societal need.
    • Third, businesses must seek to make a profit.

    Businesses are all around us, from the large organizations such as Coca-Cola and Amazon to small businesses like local shops and restaurants found just next door.

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