Africa Makes an Impact

This post was written by Meiqing Fan.  Meiqing just finished her first year at Fuqua and participated in a social entrepreneurship project through the Fuqua Client Consulting Practicum (FCCP).  This blog was originally posted on Fuqua’s Daytime MBA Student Blog – read it, and lots of other great posts from students, here. During spring break, I spent […]

Impact Consulting in Africa

What is social entrepreneurship?

This post was written by second year Duke MBA, Deidre-Ann Nelson.  Deidre’s post originally appeared on Fuqua’s “Daytime MBA Student Blog” which has lots of great posts about the Daytime MBA experience from the student perspective. Needless to say, consulting is definitely a hot topic at business school! And I wanted to investigate the world […]

Duke MBAs Consulting in Developing Economies

We recently completed another exciting year of CASE’s Global Consulting Practicum in Social Entrepreneurship (GCP). The GCP is a field study course in which teams of Duke MBA students complete projects with social enterprises serving base-of-the-pyramid markets in developing economies. Throughout the course, the student teams work from the United States, communicating with the client […]

CASE’s GCP in South Africa – One Week In

This post was written by second-year Duke MBA Jake Kiser.  Jake reflects on the first week of his experience in South Africa with CASE’s Global Consulting Practicum in Social Entrepreneurship. I don’t think any of the GCP teams believe we are already halfway done with our in-country experience in South Africa! The first week has […]

Duke MBA Students Consult with Social Entrepreneurs around the World

The CASE team is spread around the globe right now – from Hyderabad, India to Johannesburg, South Africa. Why, you might ask? … Four years ago, CASE developed and launched a program called the Global Consulting Practicum (GCP) in Social Entrepreneurship. The GCP is a course in which teams of Duke MBAs engage in projects […]