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The phrase social business may refer to a business:

  • with a social objective, i.e. created and designed to address a social problem, and is a non-loss, non-dividend company.[1]
  • leveraging the impact of social networks such as Facebook, Twitter in their marketing and communication strategies[2][3]
  • using social technology internally (intranet, enterprise)

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The phrase is prominently used in the description of the 2013 W3C Social Web workshop, likely intending the non-social-objective meanings above.

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