Dritter Deutscher Social Entrepreneurship Monitor 2020/21
Since 2018, the German Social Entrepreneurship Monitor (DSEM) has provided annual information on the German social entrepreneurship ecosystem. It aims to provide decision-makers from politics, business and civil society with a basis for supporting social enterprises.
The German Social Entrepreneurship Monitor is published by SEND e.V. and is the data basis on potentials, needs and challenges of social entrepreneurs.
In addition to conventional indicators such as organisation size and turnover, it collects specific data relevant to the ecosystem, e.g. choice of impact models, types of governance, data on non-profit status or number of volunteers. Since 2020, the DSEM has been integrated into the European Social Enterprise Monitor, led by EUCLID Network and funded by the European Commission.
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