Fowler Center's AIM2Flourish Program Publishes 2,000th Story | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Fowler Center's AIM2Flourish Program Publishes 2,000th Story

Posted 5.24.2019

The Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit it excited to announce that our AIM2Flourish program just published its 2,000th Story!!


The AIM2Flourish program aims to educate students about the ways in which business can be an agent of world benefit; a positive force for good in the world. AIM2Flourish, created from the World Inquiry into Business as an Agent of World Benefit started at the Weatherhead School of Management in the early 2000's, has been publishing student-written stories on about business for good since late-2015. We are thrilled to hit this monumental milestone of 2,000 published stories. 


The 2,000th story, written by Daniel Gallaghar from the Kent State University College of Business Administration under the direction of Professor David Dubois, is about  Redhouse Studio Architecture and the innovative ways they are changing architecture for good! We are also excited to highlight this story as it is our 104th story written about positive business innovations in Northeast Ohio as part of our AIM2FlourishNEO initiative with  Sustainable Cleveland 2019 and the City of Cleveland Mayor's Office. 


Read the story here:


Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this tremendous effort of love for our AIM2Flourish program! 

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