Tag Archives: student startups

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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Saving the Best for Last: Improving the Quality of Life for the Elderly

7/20/16 – This guest post is written by three students in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program who are working on finding ways to improve the quality of life for the elderly. Please join Nick, Shorouk, and Labeat … Continue reading

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Harnessing the Grit of Cambodian Youth – Continued…

7/11/16 – This post is the second installment by the team of GSSE students conducting field work in Cambodia this summer for their educational startup company. Read their first post here. One of the wonderful aspects of the GSSE MBA … Continue reading

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Energy Needs, Customer Insights and Industry Illuminations in East Africa

6/20/16 – This blog post is written by four students in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program who are conducting field research in East Africa. Brett, Alyse, Alana, and Ali share some of their insights into understanding their … Continue reading

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Summer Sun and Excitement in the Caribbean: Cultivating Youth Employment Opportunities

6/14/16 – This guest post is written by team CaribSource, who are working in the Caribbean to find solutions to the high rates of youth unemployment in the region. They are conducting primary research in St. Lucia, Jamaica, and Trinidad … 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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A note from Paul, our director

Greetings- I hope this letter finds you doing well and doing good! Here in Fort Collins, we are finishing the semester. Cohort 8 made their final presentations in Tom Dean’s Venture Forward Class, C9 is finishing their first semester of final exams … Continue reading

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Making the Most of a Crazy Supply Chain: Real World Learning via Real World Situations

5/15/14 – This guest post is written by Dr. Susan Golicic, Professor of Supply Chain Management in the College of Business at Colorado State University. She teaches in both the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program as well as … Continue reading

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Put a Face to the Name: Getting to Know our Global, Social, and Sustainable Entrepreneurs

For anyone who reads this blog regularly, you know that it largely revolves around students in our Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program, which trains entrepreneurs to solve social and environmental challenges. As a graduate of the program myself, … Continue reading

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To Brainstorm or Not to Brainstorm: Using the 80/20 Rule to Answer that Question

8/7/13 – Stories from the Field: This guest post is written by David Hunt, the Co-Founder of The Wild Gym Company, and student in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA as well as a member of the CSU Hatchery. … Continue reading

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