F18 Projects

 
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SC Johnson

SC Johnson is a multinational consumer packaged goods (CPG) firm - a family company working for a better world. SEGC analysts will be working on the Mrs. Meyer’s brand of natural cleaning products.

 
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Hut Mentality

Hut Mentality is a startup clothing brand that economically empowers women homemakers in India by providing fair wages and sourcing natural, local fabrics. Hut Mentality educates customers on the cultural nuances of those who produce the product.

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Proud Pour

Proud Pour is a startup that pairs wines with local environmental problems. Every bottle purchased restores local bee or oyster habitats.

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Park Foundation

Park Foundation is a grant-making foundation with over $400M in assets. The Foundation is dedicated to the aid and support of education, public broadcasting, environment, and other selected areas of interest to the Park family.


 

Past Projects

 
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GrowthSource Academy

In Fall 2017, SEGC with GrowthSource Academy, a non-profit based in NYC serving to support and guide women entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs journey in becoming business leaders. In 2017, SEGC participated in a club-exclusive GSA case competition in which members made recommendations for the organization's sustainable growth strategy.


Women in Emerging Economies

SEGC has co-sponsored Women in Emerging Economies, a conference at Cornell celebrating women across the world, and the opportunities we can create for women in the fields of education and entrepreneurship. SEGC’s business teams pitched different social enterprises working to improve women’s health, education and employment status. As part of the Pitch Fest, these presentations sought to gain the audience’s input on which enterprise should receive an impact investment from SEGC.

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Microfinancing

SEGC has a rich history of impact investment education through hands-on experience. Microfinancing initiatives have been led by student-run fundraisers. Funds were then used to allocate microloans to small businesses.