During last year’s spring, Camila and her partner, Laura Rushton, had founded a collective, attracting ten of motivated students who wished to follow their energetic classes and healthy lifestyles. Hence, we were curious to know who was behind this project and inquired about how she strived to become an entrepreneur with a great vision and a considerable ambition.
When thinking about entrepreneurship and starting our own business, we tend to reduce this idea to solely profit-making business models. But business solutions are also necessary to solve major world issues, such as poverty, access to education or even resource depletion. Here, we offer 5 tips to start your social business!