Doing Well by Doing Good
Marco Ghisolfi (CBS ’88), CEO of the Mossi Ghisolfi Group, leads an initiative to scale up the production of a more profitable biofuels product.
What factors should an alternate energy company consider when deciding whether to operate a project once it has been built?
How would IFMR Capital convince a traditional class of capital market investors to invest in securitized microloans?
Can the lending model created by Grameen Bank to serve the poor in developing countries help the poor and unbanked in the United States?
As a national nonprofit loan fund considers investing in an online book marketplace, what risks should be considered and how might they be mitigated?
How did two novice entrepreneurs meet the myriad of challenges presented by the creation of New York City’s High Line?
What is the best launch strategy for a new product concept with the potential to serve two distinct, well defined markets?
How should a firm with the stated goal of identifying and developing renewable energy projects determine the potential financial returns of a wind farm project?
How can a television station and advertising agency in Lebanon team up to impact social change in their country?