Tag Archives: Indonesia

Human-centered design: Learning by immersing ourselves in Bali

7/26/17 – The GSSE MBA venture team, Learning Labs, is working to understand business models that would address the lack of quality education in rural areas in Indonesia. Brightspots in Bali Our first stop was in Bali where we studied … Continue reading

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Impact in Indonesia: Leveraging the Debt for Conservation program

9/30/16 – This post is the second by the team working on agroforestry initiatives in Indonesia this summer for the GSSE MBA field work. Their startup, Mama Bumi, is identifying opportunities in niche industries where they can have an impact. … Continue reading

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Challenges of Consistency in the Coffee Industry in Indonesia

6/8/16 – This guest blog post is written by Mama Bumi, a Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA student venture team tackling deforestation in Indonesia alongside their partner, the Kehati Foundation. You can also learn more about Mama Bumi on … Continue reading

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