Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (Print ISSN: 1533-3590; Online ISSN: 1533-3604)


Social Business for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals In Bangladesh

Author(s): Tanvir Ahamed Tuhin

The concept of social business is to make poor people owners of a business or enjoying the business by serving the poor offering products or services at an affordable price without taking any private profit. This paper aims to study the possibility of social business concerning Sustainable Development Goals. To protect the sustainability and build a better planet, the United Nations has set 17 goals for sustainable development goals to be achieved by 2030. Social business has created a new dimension and demonstrated an innovative way of accomplishing these goals by simultaneously solving social problems. This study will describe all of the extensive social business details, how it works, and how it generates profit, functions, and social business types. At the same time, the study will also explore how social businesses can help to achieve sustainable development goals in Bangladesh now and in the future.

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