“Society” or “Corporate” Which Should Go First? The Dilemma of the Entrepreneurial Process of Duofu Care and Services
“Exerting social influence” or “Maintaining profitability” which should go first? Can these two goals be achieved at the same time? This is a very important but difficult question to answer directly. Regardless of an NPO or NGO’s organizational transformation, or a newly-created corporate organization, social enterprises often flaunt “solving social problems” as the primary goal of managing business. Pursuing high profit might not be necessarily set as priority in business operation. However, due to the emphasis on moral values, such social enterprises have received the support and applause of many people. But, on the other hand, they have also incurred many doubts. Can a social enterprise with low profitability but embracing the goal of social feedback really take root with strong economic growth and gain a solid place in the market?