“Impact” and “investing” are two common words, but put those words together, and people often struggle to pinpoint the meaning of the term “impact investing.” Impact investing promotes social impact… Read more »
Professor Peter Roberts told the Financial Times recently that coffee is moving the direction of the U.S. wine market of 25 years ago.
Social Enterprise @ Goizueta (SE@G) at Emory University is partnering with Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE), Friends of Refugees and the East Lake Foundation to offer the Start:Micro-Entrepreneur Accelerator Program (Start:ME) to support the most promising micro-entrepreneurs.
What does data tell us about women in early stage entrepreneurship? Sean Peters, Program Director of The Entrepreneurship Database program at Emory, shares important insights in a new blog post… Read more »
Professor Peter Roberts provides info to the WSJ in regards to speciality coffee and fair wages for the industry’s farmers.
Goizueta’s Peter Roberts and the Social Enterprise team have developed an “index that tracks 60 ‘blue chip’ coffee brands in an attempt to bring transparency to growers and buyers
“We want programs to produce systematic and comparable data, so they can learn what does and doesn’t work,” says Peter Roberts, professor of organization and management at Emory and academic director of Social Enterprise @ Goizueta.
$2.3 million committed to improving the effectiveness of accelerator programs through research and analysis.
To many, the phrase “startup accelerator” conjures images of support networks for 20-somethings working on the next great app. Likewise, the word “microentrepreneurship” often is associated with small, community enterprises… Read more »
The Specialty Coffee Retail Price Index (SCRPI)* is being developed by researchers at Social Enterprise @ Goizueta to track the retail prices charged by a representative group of “blue chip” North American specialty coffee roasters.