For any founder, having a mentor is a key factor in success: someone who provides expert feedback, critical advice, a larger network, and connections to funding opportunities. This holds just as true for social impact founders — the ones pushing to create a better world.
90 percent of startups fail, and that includes social enterprises. But for founders who had mentors? That five-year survival rate can bump up to 70 percent.
There’s a clear need for mentorship. Despite this, when Future of Good asked the members of our
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