Good Business Creates Good Business: Southwest Creations Collaborative (B) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

SCC, a non-profit social enterprise committed to promoting the employability and financial independence of immigrant girls in New Mexico. It sought to accomplish its mission by providing part-time and later fulltime sewing and handwork occupations in a manufacturing company. SCC also provided many societal program activities including health instruction and other various things for employees. Both instances stretched during the middle of 2008 through the life span of SCC, from its inception in 1994. Circumstance (A) addresses the first creation of the organization in 1994, in the view of the founder and exec director, and leads to a decision level regarding a possible relationship with a social venture consulting group in 2005. Situation (B) progresses with choices in 2008 in deciding whether to expand the company in order to become more financially self-sufficient and not as dependent on grants and donations.

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PUBLICATION DATE: October 01, 2010 PRODUCT 2010 PRODUCT #: NA0111-PDF-ENG

 

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