Incubator growing social ventures

GREENHOUSE EFFECT: From left, Social Enterprise Greenhouse CEO Kelly Ramirez, intern Kendre Rodriguez, Communications and Development Manager Marissa Tuccelli and SEEED Summit Manager Julie Meros. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
GREENHOUSE EFFECT: From left, Social Enterprise Greenhouse CEO Kelly Ramirez, intern Kendre Rodriguez, Communications and Development Manager Marissa Tuccelli and SEEED Summit Manager Julie Meros. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Social Enterprise Greenhouse is practicing what it teaches. The nonprofit incubator of socially conscious businesses was at a crossroads after going independent in 2008 with diminishing attention from donors and a depressed, increasingly competitive fundraising environment. So the organization began a transformation into a more competitive, revenue-generating enterprise centered around the flourishing startup accelerator concept…

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