November 27, 2017
The North Carolina State University chapter of Net Impact recently traveled to Atlanta, GA for the 2017 Net Impact National Conference. Held October 26-28th, the annual conference gives Net Impact members the opportunity to broaden their breadth of knowledge regarding sustainability issues, network with other students, corporate representatives, and other leaders in sustainable initiatives from all across the world.
end to end supply chain
October 21, 2017
By Rejaul Hasan Consumers want to buy products that are produced while preserving human rights and honoring the global or domestic supply chain. A study by the marketing firm Cone LLC showed that…
energy saving benefits
September 19, 2017
By Rejaul Hasan Why are consumers resistant to adopting green innovations? This is a question posed by Dr. Rosanna Garcia, the Faculty Director of the Business Sustainability Collaborative at North Carolina…
August 1, 2017
Benefit corporations are using their business for good while also meeting the shifting customer demands. Read more about the change in customer preferences and how businesses are working towards a more ethical practice.
July 2, 2017
As part of Professor Jeff Pollock's MIE 310 course, Introduction to Entrepreneurship, students submit a two minute video presenting a pitch for a value creating opportunity. We're delighted to share one of the top submissions from Prof. Pollack's Spring 2017 course.
b corp clinic
June 28, 2017
The Spring B Corp Clinic brought together students from all over North Carolina to help various organizations with their B Certified status. Read about the many projects and sustainable solutions that students and professionals developed throughout the clinic with local companies.
May 30, 2017
In our BSC Sustainability Perspectives video series, Ryan O'Donnell, BS Business Administration '14, founder of Pennies 4 Progress and EmployUs, shares his experience as an NC State student engaging in entrepreneurship, sustainability and social innovation. Ryan also discusses how he is using business as a force for good and how every company he starts will have a social mission.
April 25, 2017
The NC State University Net Impact chapter is one of 300+ worldwide which connects like-minded, innovative people in an impactful program.
business sustainability collaborative
April 25, 2017
For the second year in a row, a team from the Jenkins MBA program participated in, and placed at the annual Invest for Impact Case Competition, hosted by UNC-Chapel Hill.
March 29, 2017
A quest is underway to find sustainable materials for 3D printing by a group of NC State researchers from the College of Textiles and College of Natural Resources in association with Cotton Inc. Learn more about how cotton can be a game changer for printing and sustainability.