Billions Of Buyers, But Less To Spend Mark B . Milstein , director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise states there is a fortune to be made at the bottom of the pyramid. ›
Public Eye: Stuart L Hart on climate change and BoP businessStuart Hart discusses climate change and BoP business. ›
Johnson's Simanis writes on "Profits at the Bottom of the Pyramid" in HBR Erik Simanis, m anaging director of market creation strategies at the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, writes in Harvard Business Review on his"opportunity map" for creating profitable bus... ›
Businesses selling to the poor should think twice before working with NGOs Erik Simanis is senior extension associate, Johnson Graduate School of management at Cornell. He is an authority on innovation and go-to-market strategies for shaping new mass markets in emerging an... ›
The Base Of The Pyramid: Will Selling To The Poor Pay Off?The biggest challenge in targeting the BOP is that each consumer makes a very small purchase, says Mark Martin, vice president of international marketing for SC Johnson. "You need lots and lots of con... ›
FTC: Back Up Green Claims“I am not a lawyer, but I don't think the saying ‘Go Paperless, Save Trees’ needs significant scientific evidence to prove,” said Monica Touesnard, associate director of the Center for Sustainable Glo... ›
The Rise and Fall of BoP Ventures: The silver lining on the horizonFrédéric Massé, EMEA Government Relations Vice President at SAP interviews Erik Simanis, Managing Director of Market Creation Strategies at The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management’s C... ›
Ending poverty and growing markets: brass tacks for business - live chatMark Milstein is mentioned in this article relating to ending poverty and growing markets. ›
Serving the base of the pyramid: five tips from emerging-market expertsMark Milstein and SGE are featured in this article about serving the base of the pyramid. ›
The base of the pyramid: will selling to the poor pay off?Johnson's Mark Milstein and Erik Simanis comment on the ability of multinational companies to do business in low-income communities. ›
Something Stinks in ChinaStuart Hart states “China has an enormous opportunity to lead the world in ‘Green Leap’ innovation by focusing their development strategy for the interior and west of the country on building the citie... ›
Johnson's green fund to help combat climate changeJohnson's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise announced the launch of a green revolving fund (GRF) to enhance energy conservation efforts in campus buildings. ›
FTC Clarifies Green Marketing GuidelinesCenter associate director, Monica Touesnard, is quoted in a Credit Union Times article about FTC green marketing guidelines. ›
Novelis marks commercial debut of evercan aluminum beverage can sheetStuart Hart talks about the sustainability benefits of the Novelis evercan. ›
China's innovation challenge Stuart Hart is quoted on innovation in China byTMCnet.com ›
SC Johnson Launches Global Awareness, Educational Initiatives to Combat Mosquito-borne Diseases that Plague Millions Each YearJohnson's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise mentioned MLive and multiple other websites for its work with the Gates Foundation on malaria eradication. ›
China's pollution bill may be too big for it to bear nowJohnson's Mark Milstein discusses China's pollution issues. ›
Johnson's Center For Sustainable Global Enterprise To Lead $2.3 Million Effort To Improve Economic Links To Marine EcosystemsInternational team will undertake research to develop tools that identify and nurture positive links between local businesses, local economies, and coastal natural capital. ›
Novelis Building Sustainable Enterprise through Disruptive InnovationJohnson's Stuart Hart discusses how Novelis introduces new initiatives to continue reducing its carbon footprint. ›
Packaging for the BOPJohnson's SGE is featured in this article about sachet marketing, producing smaller packaging at a lower cost. ›
President Clinton, Former Secretary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton Unveil New Commitments to Action on Second Day of 2013 Clinton Global Initiative AnnuJohnson's Center for Sustainable Enterprise is mentioned in this article about the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative and their new commitments to action. ›
Moving from the What to the How of BoPBizJohnson's Stuart Hart was the keynote speaker at the BASE II International forum on June 6th and 7th. ›
Greening Manure Could Yield Fly Larvae Fit for a MealMark Milstein is part of a research group looking at the feasilibity of using fly larvae as a means as manure disposal as well as feed for other farm animals. ›
Bottom of the Pyramid and BeyondStuart Hart talks about the evolution of the idea of the Bottom of the Pyramid and his work in building sustainable strategies. ›
B-School Innovators Compete to Build a Better Stove for Emerging MarketsJohnson's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise in conjunction with Japanese company Toyotomi are developing a competition to design a cook stove for low-income families that would be safer to huma... ›
The Three ‘Tyrannies’ Shaping BoP Business TodayIn the years since Stuart Hart first co-authored the seminal article, Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid with the late CK Prahalad, the Cornell University professor says there have been many failu... ›
SAVE THE DATE: International Forum on BOP Markets in Latin America and Caribbean in JuneProfessor Stuart Hart will be a panelist on the International Forum on BOP Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean slated for June 2013. ›
MBA Rankings: Top Schools for SustainabilityJohnson's sustainability program is ranked #2 among management schools as part of Bloomberg Businessweek's 2012 Best B-Schools ranking . ›
Student Organization Urges Cornell to Divest Endowment From Fossil FuelsMark Milstein, director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, comments on the University's endowment and their investment in fossil fuels. ›
ITC, IndusInd Bank, Welspun, TCS, BPCL and Wipro among Parivartan Sustainability Leadership Award WinnersJohnson's Stuart Hart served on the member jury who judged the Parivartan Sustainability Awards that were held on October 11, 2012 in New Delhi, India. ›
India's Food Industry: Ready for a Feast of Investing?Mark Milstein, director of Johnson's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, is quoted in CNBC.com's story on investment opportunities in India's agricultural economy. ›
India's Food Industry: Ready for a Feast of Investing?Johnson's Mark Milstein is one of the experts featured in an article stating that there exist numerous opportunities for India's agriculture sector despite issues of corruption, poor distribution and ... ›
The Ups and Downs of Rich Marin, the Ex-Banker Building the World’s Biggest Ferris WheelThe New York Observer profiles Rich Marin, AB ’75, MBA ’76, president and CEO of New York Wheel, LLC, and senior lecturer of management at Johnson at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Man... ›
Green thinking picking up steam in MBA programsJohnson's Mark Milstein, faculty director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, talks about sustainability education for MBAs. ›
Solutions at the Base of the PyramidAn interview with Stuart Hart at Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development. ›
Business, politics, economics play key roles in sustainable development, say expertsStuart Hart, professor of management at Johnson gives talk at symposium. ›
Sustainability Center at Cornell’s Johnson School of Business Partners with SC Johnson to Combat Malaria in GhanaThe Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at Cornell University’s Johnson School of Business last week announced the launch of a new product concept designed to help prevent the spread of malaria i... ›
IBF and Clean Edge to Host 8th Annual Clean-Tech Investor SummitStuart Hart, the S.C. Johnson Chair in Sustainable Global Enterprise, was a keynote speaker at the 8th Annual Clean-Tech Investor Summit on February 1-2 in Palm Springs. ›
Do Companies Need a Culture of Sustainability?Stuart Hart, the S.C. Johnson chair in sustainable global enterprise at Cornell University, asks how necessary a strong corporate culture is for achieving sustainability objectives. ›
Johnson's Stu Hart to address Center for Values-Driven Leadership (CDVL) executive roundtableThe "Capitalism at the Crossroads” author will deliver the keynote speech at the next CDVL Senior Executive Roundtable, “Creating Sustainable Value” ›
”Capitalism at the Crossroads” author to address CVDL executive roundtableJohnson's Stu Hart, business sustainability pioneer and author of “Capitalism at the Crossroads,” will be the keynote speaker at the next Senior Executive Roundtable, “Creating Sustainable Value,” hos... ›
Seven Tips for Social EntrepreneursFred Keller, CEO of Cascade Engineering and a member of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise's advisory council, offers Inc. magazine his principles for success. ›
Cornell MBA student pursues her dream internship at AarongI am a first year MBA student at the Johnson School at Cornell University. This past year I was studying Sustainable Global Enterprise and social entrepreneurship and am so thrilled to be doing my int... ›
Einaudi Center announces spring 2011 seed grantsBy Krishna Ramanujan
Projects that address medical research collaborations between Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC) and a medical college in Brazil and new strategies for monitoring demographic c... ›
BoP not only about low cost products, says Johnson's Stu HartFounder of Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise talks "BoP 2.0" with the Times of India ›
Take time to take in Enterprise online!The spring 2011 issue of Johnson's award-winning, biannual magazine Enterprise features a fascinating look at global water scarcity , a profile of branding guru Naomi Kelman , MBA '83, a birdseye ... ›
Johnson's Mark Milstein discusses impact investing with AOL's Daily FinanceIn an article about April's International Impact Investing Conference in New York City, Milstein describes the imperative for long-term, sustainable approaches to investment ›
Samir Somaiya, ’90, MS ’92, MBA ’93 & chairman of Godavari Biorefineries Ltd., to speak at Johnson, May 4Somaiya will discuss how his organization, a giant in the alcohol-based chemical space, leverages renewable energy within the value chain to benefit its bottom line ›
CSGE's Mark Milstein quoted in "Innovation Key to Chinese Sustainable Enterprises"Innovation is the key for Chinese sustainable enterprises in gaining a strong foothold in tomorrow's green economy, experts said at a forum held in Beijing. ›
Green leap viable in less developed areasClean energy business can find opportunities not only in rich communities, but also in least developed areas, experts from Tsinghua University and Cornell University said. ›
Johnson's Stu Hart cited in China Daily article "Green leap viable in less developed areas"Clean energy business can find opportunities not only in rich communities, but also in least developed areas, experts from Tsinghua University and Cornell University said. ›
Impact Investing: A Better Way to Do Well by Doing GoodPutting your money where your heart is not a new concept. But making competitive profits in the process has proven to be a bit more complicated.
In the last 15 years, socially responsible investing o... ›
Paul Polman tells rapt audience to work for people whose values mirror their ownCLICK FOR LINK TO FULL VIDEO : Johnson's 2011 Durland lecturer, Unilever's CEO explained his organization's commitment to thoughtful & responsible business practices ›
"Where have all the ethics gone...?" As Johnson's Day Family Ethics Lecturer, New York Times' business columnist Joe Nocera discussed Wall Street, the financial crisis, crooks and the blame game with Johnson audience, April 5 ›
A meeting of mindsIn recent decades, a rapprochement has occurred between former foes. Seeing the potential to accelerate social and environmental change, many non-governmental organisations and activists have moved fr... ›
Green Market's blogspot highlights Johnson-Kellogg Impact Investing ChallengePopular 'green' blog descibes the unique competition that will feature one of today's hottest emerging fields ›
Exciting New Sustainable Tourism Project in BelizeWill international tourism protect or degrade the natural assets of developing countries? In its continual development of responsible travel strategies, The Lodge at Chaa Creek welcomes an exciting ne... ›
The Sustainable M.B.A.It used to be that if you studied investing at business school, the emphasis was on profit. Now, students studying the emerging field of impact investing learn about business growth opportunities that... ›
Alumni, Students and Faculty Come Together for the First Annual Johnson Energy ConnectionJEC was designed to bring alumni working in the energy industry back to campus and provide a platform for them to share thoughts and experiences about their careers in the energy industry. ›
Make the LeapIf we hear another company misuse the word "green" or "sustainable," we might scream! But when we really got into it with Luke Penney, founder of Cambridge-based LEAP Organics, we realized what a comm... ›
SC Johnson and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Unite to Combat MalariaSC Johnson, A Family Company, today announced a collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) on global efforts to combat malaria. The organizations will jointly support research progr... ›
UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH: Blue, Gold & Green Sustainability FestivalApril 8-9, 2010 Explore "green" career opportunities...see the latest sustainable products ...learn about innovative ideas for creating a more sustainable community-all at Pitt's second annual Blue, G... ›
Graduate Business Schools Incorporating Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into MBA ProgramsTop-20 Graduate Business Schools Incorporating Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into MBA Programs MBA Programs Ranked by: The Aspen Institute Originally Published: Dec. ›
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