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Allison Shirreffs

Allison Shirreffs
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A writer and photographer, Allison Shirreffs has worked with various organizations and publications, including The Coca-Cola Company, Fortune and the Atlanta Braves. She has a degree in economics from Tulane University and a graduate degree in creative writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Beloved Real Estate Professor Roy Black to Retire in August

Roy T. Black
When prospective students have visited campus to hear about Goizueta’s Real Estate Program, Roy Black often took them to Dolive, a large...

Inaugural Emory Real Estate Conference Draws Influential Leaders for a Sold-Out...

Goizueta Business School hosted the inaugural Emory Real Estate Conference, and the event went so well its organizers are already looking to...

Land Heritage vs. Innovative Techniques: The Battle to Shape Wine Markets

Making wine involves planting grapes, harvesting, pressing, fermentation, and aging. Each decision is influenced by land, climate and, in some cases, governmental...

What Will Healthcare Look Like in 2040? Goizueta Competition Entrants Make...

Imagine a world where the possibility of bacterial infections makes surgery insanely risky. According to research presented by Team Apocalypse, one of...

Through Brewery Spaces, Urgent Care Clinics, and Multi-Tenant Projects, Goizueta Grad...

Alex Brennan 07MBA has a thing for breweries—and not just because he can brew beer and is a member of the Georgia...

A Wake-up Call for the Wine and Spirits Industry Demands Creative...

Total beverage alcohol volume is projected to grow nearly 3 percent in 2021, according to International Wine & Spirit Research (IWSR), a...

In a Post-COVID-19 World, Commercial Real Estate Flexes its Muscles

In February 2020, Jason Chaliff 18EvMBA launched his own commercial real estate company, Rise Property Group, a real estate brokerage specializing in...

BBA Students Present Bold Growth Strategies for Atlanta’s Urban Tree Cidery

On a Friday afternoon in December, five teams of BBA students gathered at Urban Tree Cidery (UTC), a family-owned and women-owned business...

Are American Fan-Based Businesses at Risk for Decreased Revenue?

Modern fandom, according to Mike Lewis, is about having a passion for something—a sports team, entertainer, politician, fashion brand, a university—something. Lewis,...

Should Gaming Companies Release Their Latest, Greatest Platform Updates Early?

In June 2016, Xbox executive Phil Spencer told technology blog The Verge that it might be “crazy to announce something this early” as he unveiled the release of Xbox One X. It was a full...

Connections are Swarming for Founder Eric Wo 06MBA: 38 Days, 19...

To reconnect and collect business advice from his former Goizueta classmates, Eric Wo 06MBA conducted a 38-day, 19-city tour across the United...

Building Global Presence by Inspiring Goizueta Entrepreneurs, Innovation, and Investing

Sig Mosley 68BBA has been a fixture in Atlanta’s early-stage investing community for decades, helping fund nearly 150 startups since he founded...

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