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New Partnerships for Responsible Leaders

The Global Social Enterprise initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown McDonough has partnered with three well-known organizations — the Case Foundation, Philips, and the American Farm Bureau Federation…Read more.

Shifting Health Care for the Restaurant Industry

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) brings with it complexity — especially for an industry with a workforce of 13.5 million. The picture is further complicated when considering those workers include a large percentage of…Read more.

Transforming Access to Health Care: How America’s Restaurant and Foodservice Industry Can Lead the Way

An estimated 65% of restaurant and food service workers are under 35 years old, a key demographic for the success of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). As the industry’s leading trade association and representing the nation’s second largest private sector employer, the National Restaurant Association (NRA) engaged GSEI to help them with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Read more.

Philips Re-launches Brand – Innovation and You

The lightbulb was a transformative innovation when Philips launched it 120 years ago. Today, Philips’s innovative spirit remains as it continues to push ideas that will change the world. Read more.

Reimagining Rural America

As April Bonds, a 2013 MBA graduate of the McDonough School of Business (MSB), explains, “most people think of ranching in a romantic light but I don’t see it that way. I’m not a cowboy, I run a business.” Read more.

Environmental Impact of Servicizing

Can businesses be greener while also increasing profits? Professor Vishal Agrawal’s research on product development, supply chain management, and business models explores the financial and environmental performance of business strategies commonly thought of as beneficial for the environment. Read more.

The Intersection of Impact Investing and International Development: A Primer

There is no shortage of challenges seeking solutions, nor solutions seeking investment. When successful public-private resources can be directed to solutions to provide affordable, sustainable housing, to turn waste into watts, or to create jobs in communities, innovators, investors, and individuals alike are enriched, and lives improved. Read more.

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