Virtual Sample Class | Social Entrepreneurship

As a part of our dedication to preparing you for your start at Hult this fall—Hult is pleased to invite you into our virtual classroom.

Please note that this session is only available to our postgraduate Accepted and Confirmed students. Class size is limited, so please register below.

You will receive a link to access the class after registration.

Wed, 12 Aug 20, 8:00am - 9:00am PDT

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Larry Louie professor at Hult

About the class

Traditionally, we feel that you can do well by going into business or do good by joining a nonprofit or NGO. This is no longer true!

Our Master Class will explore the evolution of Social Enterprises, where corporations can serve the needs of shareholders, employees, customers, and, importantly, society.

We will also show examples of industries (e.g. microfinance) and companies (Patagonia and Unilever) that are successes create meaningful social impact.

Professor Larry Louie

Larry Louie has been a professor in finance, accounting and entrepreneurship since 2001. He has been at Hult since the San Francisco campus opening in 2010. Prior to teaching, he spent 25 years in business, starting at KPMG as an auditor, then Bain and Co. as a strategy consultant, then 18 years as senior management with various private and entrepreneurial businesses. He received a bachelors degree in finance and accounting from the University of California at Berkeley and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.