As someone who comes from the corporate world and venture capital, I understand mainstream business.
It was exactly what you would expect to see from a mainstream business planning competition, business accelerator program or venture capital portfolio.
My concern—one shared by others in this movement—is that the social norms of mainstream business entrepreneurship are applied to those of who are trying to make the world better—social, economically, environmentally.
My message is that gender norms hobble women’s full participation in business also applies to those of us who are passionate about social innovation.
Mill House targets social entrepreneurs from Canberra and the region who wish to experiment with hybrid business models.

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