(September 09, 2021) – The Gold Rush Summit 2.0, A Movement That Transforms Lives, helps Entrepreneurs create purpose-driven businesses through training, traffic, and connection! It is committed to holding everyone’s hand to create greater profit for maximum social impact and bring healing to the community and into the world that needs it. It also holds the hands of entrepreneurs as they set out to have a positive effect on the world.
Entrepreneurs who advocate supporting social and community projects create groups to promote local and global changes and work on projects that enhance or heal the world. Concerns such as girls’ education, homelessness, starvation, domestic violence, equity, poverty, environmental issues, and so on are prioritized by Social Entrepreneurs.
Social entrepreneurship is what lies between the two poles of community-led and business-led transformation. They are remarkable people who take extraordinary acts and provide exceptional solutions to change locally and globally. Their goal in starting a business is not simply to make a lot of money but also to use those revenues to drive societal change and address challenges and problems that the globe faces.
According to Forbes.com, social entrepreneurs are also besting in Gaining an understanding of the world- the dilemma of community engagement is that every genuine effort to alter change requires a thorough knowledge of the process as it now exists.
Envisioning a new future- to make a positive difference, every change agent, whether a social entrepreneur or not, needs to set a direction. Successful social entrepreneurs set the bar high, envisioning fundamental equilibrium change for specific, targeted constituents.
Building a model for change- to bring a vision to life, social entrepreneurs must apply creativity and resourcefulness to building a model for change– one that is sustainable in that it reduces costs or increases value systemically and permanently that can be quantified and captured.
Scaling the solution- scalability is a critical feature of successful social entrepreneurship. Models that require constant reapplication of the same level of investment regardless of scale will commonly fail to produce sustainable equilibrium change. Such an approach may be too expensive to achieve transformational scale, especially when intended beneficiaries cannot pay for the benefit.
“We are committed to inspiring entrepreneurs to incorporate social impact with their business and firm, extend help to people who help people and create profit from purpose without wasting time and money,” Rick Hayhurst, one of the founders of The Gold Rush Summit, mentioned.
The largest online entrepreneur’s event of the year goes live on September 15-17, 2021, 11a-6p +0000. The Gold Rush Summit 2.0, an incredible three-day event, will stream interviews and sessions with some of the World’s Top Entrepreneurs, sharing expertise and creating resources as they drive positive impact in the world.
They are experts who are influencers, educators, and motivators and changemakers, and drivers of social impact. They have also been featured in various programs like CNN, NBC, Good Morning America, NBC News, Forbes, Two Comma Club, and more.
Monika Krimedahl and Rick Hayhurst, the summit founders, invite every entrepreneur to join the movement and learn awesome strategies and methods to upgrade their business to the next level.
Get ready to pivot challenges into successes, get the insights and strategies needed to upgrade business and foster social change.
More information can be found at https://www.thegoldrushsummit.com/2-0
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