Alumni, students, faculty and staff recently came together for Goizueta’s first Entrepreneurship Connect Night at the Atlanta Tech Village, a Goizueta partner incubator.
The #goizuetaENGAGE conference brought together individuals with a passion to improve gender equality in business and included discussion panels, networking opportunities and inspiring speakers.
The inaugural Shop Start:ME Market will be held September 29, giving the public the chance to shop Start:ME businesses and learn more about free business training program.
A panel of Atlanta-based entrepreneurship and investment experts discussed “the human factor” in growing a business during a breakfast presentation September 14. Panelists discussed topics including diversity, building community, the perfect pitch, finding talent and how decision-making works in a team setting.
The Leadership Coaching Fellows program, now in its fifth year, is part of Goizueta’s Leadership Development Program, and the course is designed to use coaching skills to enhance leadership attributes.
Gut instincts and judgment calls are among the most valuable pieces of knowledge. Typically, that is developed over years, or decades, of work in a focused area, such as education, healthcare, law enforcement or finance.
When most people get in their car at the end of the day, it’s almost second nature to pull up a mapping device to find the best way home, check traffic and get an estimated time of arrival. What may seem simple could be seen as a luxury to areas all over the world where the location of buildings, roads and entire villages are left in the dark.
During the fifth annual Young African Leaders Institute, or YALI, 25 professionals from 19 countries stepped foot inside the Delta Leadership Hub at Goizueta to learn more about the school’s curriculum and culture.
The second annual Microbusiness Support Colloquium presented by Northern Trust brought together 20 micro-entrepreneur support organizations from 12 states to Goizueta Business School to discuss data, leading practices and new collective efforts that will help more microbusiness start, grow and succeed in underserved communities.
Transparent Trade Coffee recently held its second annual colloquium, involving a range of forward-thinking coffee professionals in a series of discussions about how to leverage pricing transparency as one way to evolve green coffee purchasing behaviors.