Reflections from the 2019 ARCS Annual Conference at UNC Kenan-Flagler
Rejaul Hasan, recent graduate from the Wilson College of Textiles, attended the 11th Annual Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability Conference at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. He shares what he learned from cutting edge sustainability researchers.
Reshoring of U.S. Apparel Manufacturing: Lesson from an Innovative North Carolina based Manufacturing Company
Governments and Industries alike have desired reshoring of U.S. apparel manufacturing for several years now, but the labor-intensive manufacturing processes of apparel have made reshoring financially infeasible. While industry efforts focus on technological innovation to find a cost-efficient manufacturing process, […]
Using Business as a Force for Good is Big Business
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.
Biobased economy created 4 million jobs, says USDA study from NC State & Duke
4 million jobs, and $369 billion, that's how much the BioBased economy contributed to the US economy in 2013 alone.
Sydney Swain on path toward her goal: improving sustainability in global supply chains
It’s been an eventful week for Sydney Swain, a junior in NC State’s Poole College of Management. On March 11, she learned that she had been awarded a John Philip Couch Scholarship through the North Carolina Chapter of the American […]