Bob Pattillo, developer of real estate in Atlanta, has been selected for Impact 30 of Forbes, in the listing of the social entrepreneurs of the world. A panel of experts have selected social entrepreneurs who have tried to tackle the most difficult problems of the world. Thirty social entrepreneurs have dedicated their life to make the world a better place. The panel comprised of Deb Nelson, executive director of the Social Venture Network; Jed Emerson of ImpactAssets, Asoka of Drayton; Antony Bugg-Levine, economics professor of Yale.
The entrepreneurs of businesses ranging social and environmental criteria have been named by Forbes Impact 30, in an inaugural listing of social entrepreneurs in the world. Every innovator has put his sincere effort for social change in the globe. For the first time Forbes’ has made to assemble the world’s leading social entrepreneurs are assembled in the Impact30. This is to define a social entrepreneur as an individual who make use of his business to solve the world’s social issues.
Bob Pattillo is a philanthropist and an entrepreneur and has founded three social enterprises; namely Gray Matters Capital, Gray Ghost Microfinance Fund which provides capital in early-stage businesses like Cell Bazaar, and The Rockdale Foundation. Along with microfinance issues he is committed to building luxury industry for the purpose of society. Now he is aiming at affordable education at private schools. Earlier he had the experience of luxury real estate industry in the U.S. You could read our previous articles about ambitious successful projects of Atlanta such as Atlanta museum and Atlanta hotel.