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The Long tail of Social Enterprise

By Matt Policastro. The social enterprise sector is far from perfect. However, impact investors and their clients demonstrate the spread of socially-minded action across the long tail. Continue reading

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Creating a database of social enterprises in India

By Varun Bhandari. At Sattva, Matt and I were asked to create a database of social enterprise firms for Indian social impact investors. This database would give investors information about a firms target market, kind of products they produce, social impact, and numerous other dimensions. Continue reading

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Vote for Grameen Foundation

With just one click, you can help Grameen Foundation receive $200,000 to support our work to end global poverty. YOU can vote every week (over 12 weeks) for Grameen Foundation.  Voting is easy. Just follow these simple steps. Here is how … Continue reading

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Alumni Voices: Rashmi Ekka ’08

From time to time, Wooster alumni that are engaged in poverty reduction or social entrepreneurship will post to this blog. Below is a thought piece by Rashmi Ekka. Ekka graduated in 2008 with an economics degree. Her Independent Study empirically … Continue reading

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