Social Enterprise @ Goizueta

Social Enterprise @ Goizueta

The Business of Social Impact

Social Enterprise @ Goizueta (SE@G) is an action-oriented research center within Emory’s Goizueta Business School that combines academic research with fieldwork programs and student activities to create better markets, support stronger communities and develop next-generation social innovators. Our mission is to make markets work for more people, in more places, and in more ways.
  • Relevant Study

    Number of social impact concentrations for business school students (Social Enterprise and Nonprofit)
  • Curriculum in Action

    Number of students enrolled annually in annually across in social impact courses and travel modules
  • Developing Talent

    Social Enterprise BBA and MBA Fellows (BBA and MBA) graduates since 2014 pursuing impact careers
  • Connecting Globally

    Number of accelerator programs from around the world participating in the Entrepreneurship Database program
  • Building Community

    Number of local small businesses accelerated by taking part in Start:ME since 2013
  • Knowledge Creation

    Number of research papers and projects initiated by faculty and students

Entrepreneurs, leaders, and managers driving social change today require a new set of business knowledge, skills, and experiences to be effective.

We develop the next generation of social innovators through both traditional coursework and experiences including Latin America travel modules, consulting projects, global feasibility studies, mentorship, social enterprise fellowships, and student clubs/activities.

Learn more about student opportunities.

Support our Mission

  • Annual Report

    Creating better markets and stronger communities. That's our business.
  • Giving

    Get engaged and make an impact through Social Enterprise at Goizueta (SE@G).
  • Newsletter

    Stay up-to-date on the latest SE@G news and events.

Start:ME Accelerator

Business acumen not the only thing delivered by program

The Start:ME program provides select business owners with know-how, mentorship support, and early-stage capital. A total of $31,500 was awarded to entrepreneurs April 9, with recipients decided by peer voting.

Social Enterprise Faculty

Social Enterprise @ Goizueta Staff