Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise

A trash heap is piled high against a clear sky
Johnson BusinessFeed

Trash is Cash: Unlocking the Secret of Recyclability

What do a cigarette, dirty diaper, and used flip flops have in common? They’re all recyclable, thanks to TerraCycle’s innovative approach .

A picture of Sanchita Mehrotra standing in the midst of young adults in a classroom with computers.
Johnson BusinessFeed

Impact investing: Opportunities abound in India’s education sector

Sanchita Mehrotra writes about her passion for impact investing, diving into two successful examples of impact investing in India’s education sector.

Photo of a cabin in a field with trees in the back
Johnson BusinessFeed

Camp Earth Connection optimizes online presence to reach outdoor enthusiasts

MBA candidates Brittany Iwata and Lizzie Kaplan helped Camp Earth Connection refine its positioning and increase awareness of its rental properties.

picture of an ocean resort outdoor cinema on the edge of the water at dusk
Johnson BusinessFeed

Sunshine through my window

Anshul Bakhda, MBA ’21, focused on luxury hospitality, sustainability, and strategic business initiatives during his remote summer internship.

An empty plastic water bottle rests on the bank of a body of water
Johnson BusinessFeed

Biodegradability: The Future of Plastics

CEO Molly Morse spoke to students about Mango Materials’ capacity to transform plastics pollution by speeding up the biodegradability of polymers.

A picture of Kaitlyn Briggs holding a box of Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Johnson BusinessFeed

Let’s make life delicious! A summer at Kraft Heinz

Kaitlyn Briggs writes about her passion for sustainability, the dairy industry and her summer internship in marketing at Kraft Heinz.

Portrait of Chris Marquis and image of the cover of his new book, Better Business: How the B Corp Movement Is Remaking Capitalism
Johnson BusinessFeed

Chris Marquis champions the B Corps model of resilient and sustainable capitalism

In his new book, Chris Marquis says a more resilient and sustainable capitalism should focus on environmental, social, and financial performance.

Photo of the entrance of a local business, Sunny Days of Ithaca, on the Commons
Johnson BusinessFeed

How the global pandemic changed a small business in a big way

MBA students in BR Microenterprise recap their experience advising a local business, which included pivoting their strategy in response to COVID-19.

Taylor stands in front of old PepsiCo equipment
Johnson BusinessFeed

Interning at PepsiCo: More than a can of soda (pop)

Taylor Hogenkamp, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on his time as a supply chain and procurement intern at PepsiCo and its connections to the SGE immersion.