The SEI Case Series
The Social Enterprise Case Series is a series of mini-publications produced in-house by SEI Research Associates and Northeastern University in an effort to provide easy to access information about leading social enterprises.
While most business case studies can vary between 20–30 pages in length, our case series are meant to provide a quick snapshot of information in just 2–4 pages.
View our entire list of SE Case Studies, download them, read them and feel free to share them freely, as we are an open source institution dedicated to informing the public on social entrepreneurship.
The Gift of Sight Muthu is a poor 60-year old man in a village in the Sivaganga district with seven children. Ten years ago, he sustained a blow to his right eye that caused severe damage on the inner portion of his eye. Due to lack of awareness regarding available eye care facilities and negligence to …
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Ashoka is leading a profound transformation in society. In the past three decades, the global citizen sector, led by social entrepreneurs, has grown exponentially. Just as the business sector experienced a tremendous spurt in productivity over the last century, the citizen sector is experiencing a similar revolution, with the number and sophistication of citizen organizations increasing dramatically. Rather …
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