By Tiffany Smith OrangePrint is a social venture focused on matching returning citizens (formerly incarcerated men and women) with skilled labor and construction jobs via a web-based platform. The inspiration behind the company came from our work during the Social Venture Hub and Hult Prize pitch competitions that took place in Fall 2015.
This content was originally posted in #daybreaK, a student-run daily email newsletter that features stories about things going on at Kellogg. The project was one of five to receive funding from the Kellogg Education Technology Incubator (KETI) competition. Have you ever wondered how you go about starting your own venture while at Kellogg? We sat down… Continue reading
Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about growth at Kellogg. You may have seen it in our new brand positioning that builds on Think Bravely. Or noticed that we have a new suite of courses on growth and scaling. Or read stories about alumni who are driving growth in their communities or organizations.
For Kellogg, this emphasis on growth isn’t something new. Rather, it’s an articulation of what we’ve long been known for: developing brave leaders who inspire growth in people, organizations and markets.