Business students learn value in making a difference
March 11, 2018
HICKORY, N.C. (AP) — The bottom line for any business is making a profit, but Lenoir-Rhyne University students in Ralph Griffith's entrepreneurship capstone class this semester are learning profit can be defined any many different ways.
His students have reached out to Unique World Gifts in Hickory to work as consultants to find ways they might be able to help the nonprofit grow.
While Lenoir-Rhyne University junior Tyler Johnson is focused on the commercial side of business, he's learned the value of social entrepreneurship from working on this project.
"It's just nice to know you can...
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