While capitalism reigns supreme and an increasing number of youth sign up for corporate slavery, few young social business enthusiasts with the banner of Social Business Youth Alliance-SBYA Global, initiated a regional idea generation competition. Named Social Business Inno-Vision, the event was hosted at Chittagong city, the birthplace of social business. With the participation of 20 teams comprising university students, a workshop was conducted on how to reframe a business idea into a social business structure. Starting from pottery to paper bags, from employing the Bede community in snake venom collection to employing transgender people in handicraft manufacturing, each of the teams tied up creative ideas to everyday problems. Shazeeb M Khairul Islam and Wahid Hossain conducted interactive sessions on channeling scattered ideas into sustainable and viable social business models. Currently the winners are redesigning their brilliant ideas into sustainable and viable social business models. The greatest success of this event has been the fact that students have engaged in entrepreneurial activities at a very grassroots level.