Today’s entrepreneurs are constantly required to find new ways to stay competitive. Many business owners turn to accelerator programs designed to stimulate rapid growth in chosen companies through mentorship and… Read more »
Alumni, students, and friends of Emory made their way to the largest brick building in the Southeast to learn more about the revitalization of two Atlanta landmarks in an event… Read more »
Montevideo is Uruguay’s capital and its largest city; nearly half of the country’s population lives there—including several Goizueta alums: Javier Jasinski 01MBA, Andrés Mokobocki 03MBA, and Diego Socolovsky 02MBA. Jasinski,… Read more »
Dear alumni and friends, Spring is a time for new beginnings. It’s also the time for graduation—the start of a new journey for our undergraduates, MBAs, MPAs and PhD candidates…. Read more »
At some point, many entrepreneurs or small-business owners face a choice to either stay the course or sell their business, in whole or in part. In this feature, alumni and faculty share their insights on the decision-making process and the many factors that influence it from a seller’s point of view.
Whatever the exit strategy, a company has to be a prospect that outsiders want to invest in or acquire in the first place. Companies at the lower end—start-ups and businesses… Read more »
“How many of you want to be a billionaire?” Charles F. Goetz, serial entrepreneur and senior lecturer in organization & management, asks his students. “How important is it for you… Read more »
According to Erika Hall, assistant professor of organization & management, there are three important metrics to know before entering into negotiations: the reservation price, target price, and best alternative to… Read more »