Public Perception Study on Social Enterprises in Singapore

This study aims to assess the public perception on social enterprises in Singapore in 2016, following the last survey was conducted about six years ago in 2010. From the answers of 1,888 respondents, we have four main findings on the public awareness of the concept of “social enterprise”, the level of buying from social enterprises and the positive link between the two, as well as the recommendations for these social enterprises to improve the intrinsic value of their products and services.

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