Social Entrepreneurs: What’s In a Revenue Stream?

This blog post is from Duke University’s website Dear Pamela, where UniversalGiving’s CEO Pamela Hawley answers questions from Duke students. Social entrepreneurs understand the importance of steady revenue. Yet there is a difference between ‘funding sources’ and revenue streams. I have a pretty high standard on what I consider a revenue stream. A startup venture would identify startup capital (funding) and sales from a product/service (revenue). They wouldn’t count startup capital as revenue. Both are valuable financial resources, but they are categorized differently. Funding is to allow you to start-up. Revenue is to sustain and grow your business. Social entrepreneurs need … Continue reading Social Entrepreneurs: What’s In a Revenue Stream?