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Are you planning to transition to social sector? You are then 'planning to transition to social sector'!

“Preparing to be a Changemaker” means people who are considering a career transition to social venture or social enterprises.


These people care about social problems and empathize with the socially marginalized. Thus they often spread various social issues in society or actually engage in the issues. Since many of these people are realists, they move when they think that they have particular professional area such as planning and marketing that they can contribute to. These people have strong opinion and they are not easily affected by others’ opinion.


These people are also interested in various areas which is related to their strong desire to improve themselves. As in the aspect of work, they tend to actively search for work and execute it since they have strong self-directed work attitude. In the aspect of business, they highly support horizontal and meritocratic human resource management and cares deeply about work-life balance. For they view ‘job’ as ‘vocation’ not merely as a mean to earn money, they continuously examine if the company’s mission and leader’s vision are compatible with their values.

TIP, TIP, TIP that helps you find information!

If you are 'planning to transition to social sector', you might solve your problem through the following media and business!
Magazine Root Impact

For those who are having difficulty finding information of social sector, we recommend you to subscribe to Magazine Root Impact, a  magazine Root Impact publishes. In this newsletter that is sent once every two weeks contains various detailed information from brand examples that are well-known overbroad but unfamiliar in Korea and entrepreneurs’ stories that are worthy of notice to internal and external social sectors’ hot trend news.


Root Impact Shared Service

If you want to contribute to solving social issues using your professionalism, Root Impact’s Shared Service is highly recommended. This service either supports social ventures with professional services or connects social ventures and professional services such as law, accounting, human resource management, tax affairs and such that social ventures are in need of. Currently, Root Impact Shared Service is working with two law firms “Jipyong” and “Duroo” and three professional accountants. Root Impact plans and connects the ways in which professionals can effectively cooperate with social ventures.