Twenty-nine promising micro-entrepreneurs in the Clarkston and East Lake communities completed an extensive mentoring and business training program offered through the Start:Micro-Entrepreneur Accelerator Program (Start:ME).
Six students representing Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and Master’s in Development Practice program began the Spring 2017 semester putting coursework into action at a garment factory in the Dominican[…]
The Emory Impact Investing Group (EIIG), led by undergraduate students, provides no-interest loans to entrepreneurs in Metro Atlanta, largely from historically underserved areas. In doing so, EIIG aims to uplift[…]
That’s audacious. Business ideas to solve the most pressing societal challenges. What audacious idea do you have to solve society’s most pressing problem? More than 100 Emory University students recently[…]
“I believe business schools should be in service to the business community,” James says. “We are about more than excellent academics for students or a consistent vehicle for career success. We are about adding value to the world through research, problem solving, and lifelong learning.”
Through academic research, rich programming, and a focus on increasing prosperity where markets are ineffective, SE@G is making an impact. Wesley Longhofer, assistant professor of organization & management, and Brian[…]