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Mo·ney Net·work·ers [muhn-ee net-wur-kerz]

syn. Social Entrepreneurs (ie. Jordan Kassalow, Jane Chen, Tom Skazy)

(Origin: First coined by social entrepreneur Marvin Stadeli)

noun, gerund (ie. money-networking)

1. A group of people choosing to invest in purposeful social change for a profitable return.
2. A formal or informal club of individuals who seek to meaningfully invest their money in the planet through entrepreneurial ventures.

For some examples of successful Social Entrepreneurs see Forbes’ List of the Top 30 Social Entrepreneurs.

MoneyNetworkers.com has chosen to invest in stem cell nutrition and other natural products to help the body repair itself on a cellular level.

While exploring the latest innovations, MoneyNetworkers.com was created to advance global health through state-of-the-art stem cell replacement therapy and other natural wellness alternatives.

Money-networking was the means chosen by the group as the vehicle needed for the project.

money networking

verb (also money-networked)

1. Making connections through financial and relational investments in purposeful causes.
2. Influencing the whole through social entrepreneurship of measurable performance in profit and yield by insisting on a positive return to society.

On the final evening of the event, the social entrepreneurs who convened to volunteer their joint efforts were money networking in the cause of justice for the oppressed. The business partners money-networked among the colonies strengthening their resources to upgrade the prospects of factory workers and restore hope in the community.


adjective (also money-networkable)

1. The successful result of a collective effort to reach a financial target using shared resources and information for the good of the whole.

The money-networked enterprise held great personal rewards to all participants who saw their humanitarian efforts come to fruition.

The social venture produced a money-networkable solution to the global issue they had gathered to brainstorm a plan of attack to resolve.