Traditional businesses find a path to financial sustainability by growing their revenue, improving their gross and operating margins, increasing their free cash flow, efficiently managing both capital expenditures and working capital, and building their asset base. Achieving these financial performance indicators typically result in easy access to financing and higher stock prices.
By Dr. Gordon Adomdza It was the morning of July 29, 2013. SEI students on the South Africa field study were gearing up for their “10 Meter […]
By Dennis Shaughnessy On a late July afternoon in Cape Town, amidst the daily updates on the health of Nelson Mandela, we were blessed to meet […]
By Olivia Allen Caitlin Ferguson, a 2013 Northeastern University graduate is returning to India for the third time to start The William J. Clinton Fellow for Service […]
By Caitlin Ferguson and Laura Mueller-Soppart Take a walk around any US university campus and you will immediately notice students engrossed in technology; from smartphones to […]
by Rachel Shaheen Esperanza, a spanish term meaning “hope,” reflects the empowering experience felt by students working in the Dominican Republic’s social enterprise sector. Melissa Furci, […]