This course will provide a field opportunity for students to investigate the current practices of an El Salvadoran social enterprise, Acceso Oferta Local – Productos de El Salvador, which aggregates agricultural and fish & seafood products procured from low-income producers and fishers for sale to local off-takers. This social enterprise has successfully scaled since its inception in 2013 to grow to over $5M in revenue along with supported claims of significant impact on more than 1,000 producer and fisher livelihoods and resulting paradigm shifts to practices of local sourcing. Students will investigate the success factors and challenges of the enterprises’ primary business of fruit and vegetable sourcing and make recommendations for the scaling of newer business opportunities related to fish & seafood expansion, vertical expansion into processed foods as well as prospective exporting. These opportunities will be viewed through the lens of social impact, financial return and stakeholder management. Students will have the opportunity to interview local producers and product buyers and develop frameworks for assessing scaling opportunities and making recommendations for the social enterprise’s evolution. The course will build off the Professor’s case on this enterprise entitled Acceso Oferta Local – A New Approach to Social Enterprise with an objective of using students’ findings and recommendations to contribute toward the development of an Addendum Case.