Eighteen students in Goizueta’s Social Enterprise class departed Atlanta to go on an incredible cultural and educational journey through Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Social Enterprise’s Peter Roberts and Deonta Wortham share a new piece on how very small businesses help US communities prosper in big way in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
The entrepreneur spirit is alive and well in the Emory community. This was evident at the most recent Emory Entrepreneur Network panel discussion, which featured Goizueta’s Start:ME Accelerator Program, a 14-week business training program for local small businesses.
Goizueta Impact Investors has kicked-off its Spring 2018 funding round. The student-run loan fund is looking to provide between $10,000 to $30,000 of affordable, short-term funding to nonprofits and social enterprises during Spring 2018.
The Start:ME Accelerator has selected 49 promising small businesses in the Clarkston, East Lake and Southside communities for its 2018 cohorts.
Grounds for Empowerment — a Social Enterprise @ Goizueta initiative — is partnering with Nicaragua’s Vega Coffee to provide even more economic opportunities for women coffee specialty coffee farmers.
What may seem like the golden age of entrepreneurship, Ross Baird, president of Village Capital and author of “The Innovation Blind Spot,” says otherwise.
At this year’s second annual Grounds for Empowerment Community Forum attendees had the opportunity to experience something unique. Four GFE farmers, Ivania Calderón, Alexa Marin, Ramona Diaz and Sara Corrales,… Read more »
Erika James, John H. Harland Dean of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, delivered her annual Town Hall address Wednesday afternoon to a capacity crowd of faculty, staff and students. James, who is entering her fourth academic year leading the school, took the opportunity to detail success stories from the past calendar year and inspire action as the school nears its centennial celebration.