Thanks to a matching gift challenge by Goizueta’s Dean Erika James to spur contributions, the Start:ME Accelerator Program is off to a rousing start. The summer fundraising effort, called the… Read more »
Fifty promising small businesses from Clarkston, East Lake, and Southside Atlanta have been selected for the 2019 Start:ME Accelerator, a free, intensive 14-session business training program for promising ventures in underserved metro-Atlanta communities.
Each summer, SE@G co-invests with social enterprise partners to provide stipend funding that creates opportunities for MBA students to work with social enterprises as interns.
This holiday season, the Social Enterprise @ Goizueta team has ideas for those who would like to give gifts with social impact, authentic local connection, empowerment and purpose.
Recently, the Goizueta Nonprofit Consultants Club hosted its annual Nonprofit Case Competition. This event is designed to give MBA students practice solving real-world growth challenges, a means to develop meaningful connections with the Atlanta non-profit community and the neighbors they serve.
The inaugural Shop Start:ME Market will be held September 29, giving the public the chance to shop Start:ME businesses and learn more about free business training program.
The second annual Microbusiness Support Colloquium presented by Northern Trust brought together 20 micro-entrepreneur support organizations from 12 states to Goizueta Business School to discuss data, leading practices and new collective efforts that will help more microbusiness start, grow and succeed in underserved communities.
Transparent Trade Coffee recently held its second annual colloquium, involving a range of forward-thinking coffee professionals in a series of discussions about how to leverage pricing transparency as one way to evolve green coffee purchasing behaviors.
Fifteen local businesses will share $30,000 dollars in investment grants as part of the Goizueta Business School Start:ME program.
While most Emory students traveled to sunny beaches or went home to see family, several BBA students saw the week of spring break as opportunity to learn and grow