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The story goes that “at INSEAD, two students sent a school-wide email asking if anyone was interested in cultivating coursework and careers related to nonprofits. Overnight, 126 students, staff, and faculty responded — a number equal to 50% of the newly arrived class. With a student-faculty steering committee and 50,000 Euros of seed funding from the school’s administration, they founded INDEVOR, INSEAD’s social enterprise club.”

The topic of social Enterprise is growing in popularity amongst the top business schools around the world. Here are some stats from the Harvard Business School:

Schools such as Yale, Harvard and INSEAD are leading the way in creating business leaders that not only champion for profits but also for social good. By training graduates to understand the value of multiple bottom lines, a new breed of MBAs will be able to create opportunities for a sustainable world.