Social Enterprises: A social enterprise is a body of social economy whose primary objective is not to generate profits for its owners or partners but to have a positive social impact. In this context, it is activated in the market by providing goods and services in a proffessional and innovative way, and uses profits mainly for social purposes. The social enterprise is under responsible and transparent management, in particular by linking its employees, its customers and the factors involved in its economic activities. The social purpose of common interest is the reason for the existence of commercial activity (often expressed with a high level of social innovation), the profits being mainly reinvested in the attainment of that social objective, and whose organization or system of ownership reflects the mission based on democratic or participatory principles, aiming at social justice.

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