The IXL Center is at the forefront of using open innovation for social good.
It's pioneering social innovation practice works with global mega philanthropies, NGOs, governments and non-profits including: The Clinton Global Initiative, One Laptop per Child, American Cancer Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Haiti Outreach, Water.org, World Economic Forum YGLs and many others.
We have just released the Hult Prize case study for 2013: "Social Enterprise Challenge: Food Security in Urban Slums by 2018."
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We have also written several case studies related to Social Innovation for the Hult Prize in the past.Find more details about them here:
- Adequate Housing (2012)
- Affordable & Accessible Education (2010 & 2012)
- Better Lighting (2012)
- Safe Water and Sanitation (2011)
The Hult Prize is an international yearly case competition that is open to all university and college students from around the world to solve the world's key social challenges. In 2011, Hult is announced a partnership with the Clinton Global Initiative, an organization created by President Bill Clinton to turn ideas into action.
IXL Center case studies are published through the Hult International Business School Publishing which is the publishing arm of the Hult International Business School. Hult Publishing produces and distributes case-method teaching tools of its faculty. Being a global institution, Hult recognizes the importance of a global perspective that transforms lives by providing an exceptionally valuable and enduring education. Hult's global presence also brings together people, culture and ideas.