Entries by Georgia Lewis

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Going beyond dialogue

The idea that business can play a role in alleviating poverty has long been a subject of real significance for academics and practitioners – in for-profit and non-profit sectors alike. Today, the debate on the role of ‘Business and Society’, ‘Responsible Business’, and a host of other related terms point not just to an emerging […]

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Echale a tu Casa

Recent graduate of Oxford Saïd MBA 2015-16, Andres Baehr Oyarzun, spent his Summer Consulting Project in Mexico with 2015 The Venture finalist, Echale a tu Casa. Andres shares his story. “Echale, echale!”, screamed a child behind us, while we watched Mexico City’s Lucha Libre. Chubby wrestlers kept slapping each other’s chests while we sat next to our […]

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What’s next?

One fantastic year is coming to an end! It seems like just yesterday when I was thinking about my career progression and how an MBA might help me to achieve my goals. Here I am today reflecting on how I will leverage this high quality education. Throughout the year, story through my interactions with fellow […]

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An evening of getting to grips with world-scale problems

Skoll Scholar and Oxford Saïd MBA student, Pip Wheaton, shares her insight into the Live Pitching Event which took place on Monday 13th June 2016. Images are courtesy of MBA Student, Ryan Chen-Wing. The Saïd Business School’s mission refers to “tackling world-scale problems”. While there are days where the pressure of assignments and classes gets in […]

Pioneering Community-Based Student Finance

Following the success of the Oxford Social Innovation Case Competition on 30th April at Saïd Business School, Project Manager and MBA Student, Min Ji Kim takes time to interview Cameron Stevens, CEO of Prodigy Finance. The 3rd annual Oxford Social Innovation Case Competition (OSICC) – a competition that challenges teams of students from any and […]