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The Trials and Tribulations of Working Internationally: Sometimes Just Getting There is a Victory

6/27/17 – This blog post is written by GSSE MBA venture team Asante Sana. Team members Keni, Matt, and Evan are dedicated to improving rural electrification in Uganda. First things first though, as the team encounters challenges typical of working internationally… Only … Continue reading

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Market Research Tips: The Art of the Interview

7/18/16 – This post is a continuation of the update from the team of GSSE MBA students working on energy access in Uganda. You can read their first post here. During this summer of research, we have found that the … 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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