Social enterprises are organizations that operate with a social purpose (e.g., employing individuals with disabilities or those in disadvantaged situations) while also engaging in economic activities. 
In addition to job creation, they provide skill development and mentoring support to target groups facing difficulties in the labor market. These businesses not only offer the joy of a stable income and value creation but also foster a sense of community and growth opportunities, providing a chance for a happy and balanced life.
The circle of participating enterprises continuously expanding.