A great turnout for The New Entrepreneur: Odyssey for a Dream

November 26th, 2013 by mkougio

On November 21, SE@G hosted the premiere of The New Entrepreneur: Odyssey for a Dream, a documentary film about the 2013 VilCap:Start accelerator program in Clarkston, GA. The film portrays the lives, work and progress of the entrepreneurs who participated in the 2013 program and highlights the promise and passion within the city of Clarkston.

Read the full article

Global Feasibility Study: Recycling in Bolivia

October 15th, 2013 by mkougio

Several MBA students accompanied Professor Peter Roberts to Bolivia in August 2013, where along with Kimberly-Clark Latin American Operations, they conducted a feasibility study “to develop a [recycling] business model that generates just enough profit to be self-sustaining and benefit the community.”

Read more about this project in Emory Magazine’s article “Not Just for Profit”

BloombergBusinessweek highlights SE@G’s work with Kimberly-Clark

July 23rd, 2013 by mkougio

SE@G’s upcoming study for Kimberly-Clark, to determine the feasibility of building a more efficient recycling plant in Bolivia, was featured in July’s Bloomberg Businessweek.

Read the Businessweek article “Goizueta MBAs Help Fix the Bolivian Recycling Business”

U.S. News & World Report features SE@G Fellow

May 29th, 2013 by mkougio

Marissa Mahoney (MBA13) discovered a rewarding career in social enterprise.

Read the full article “Make Money in Social Enterprise With a Business School Degree”

“Facebook Presence Is an Important Clue to a Social Venture’s Future”

March 4th, 2013 by mkougio

SE@G’s Director, Peter W. Roberts, discusses the role Facebook may play in a social venture’s success.

Read Peter’s post on the Harvard Business Review Blog Network

SE@G works to create lasting social impact in Atlanta

November 20th, 2012 by mkougio

To achieve its goal of “generating wealth where it [does] not exist,” The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta turned to Social Enterprise @ Goizueta to help research and design a sustainable business model to grow and process lettuce locally.

Learn more about SE@G’s project with The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta