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

Southwest Creations Collaborative (SCC) was a non-profit social enterprise dedicated to promoting the employability and fiscal autonomy of poor immigrant women in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It sought to realize its mission by providing part time and later full-time sewing and handwork jobs in a contract manufacturing business. SCC also supplied many societal plan activities for employees, including English lessons, onsite childcare, health education, and computer classes. The financial support of the organization came from a blend of contract work and grant capital.

Both cases stretch through the life from its beginning in 1994, of SCC through the middle of 2008. Case (B) starts where Case (A) ends and concludes with decisions in 2008 about whether or not to expand the business in order to become more economically self-sufficient and less reliant on grants and donations, and whether to increase its impact by marketing its way of worker social plans to local companies and other organizations.

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

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