France emerged as one of the top countries for businesses that do good as it advanced seven points to third place after Canada and Australia. It was the top scorer for access to grants, while it came second for non-financial support for young people willing to join social enterprises.
"It's easier for social businesses to attract younger people than for large corporations, which was not the case 10 years ago. Yet, youngsters take the experience and change easily jobs, leaving social businesses without resources. The job turnover is huge and social businesses spend too much time recruiting instead of having impact."