As always, a key highlight of the fourth annual Emory Entrepreneurship Summit was hearing from alumni who had stated their own ventures. This year’s entrepreneurial spotlights were all BBA graduate, returning to campus to share their stories and words of advice with eager students looking to potentially start their own entrepreneurial journeys.
Many of the skills one acquires through the ventures of entrepreneurship can be used throughout a lifetime. Jim Lanzone 98JD/MBA knows this firsthand.
While most Emory students traveled to sunny beaches or went home to see family, several BBA students saw the week of spring break as opportunity to learn and grow
Eighteen students in Goizueta’s Social Enterprise class departed Atlanta to go on an incredible cultural and educational journey through Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Georgia Kossoff 18BBA, a native of Sarasota, Florida, was recently named to the Best and Brightest Business Majors list by Poets&Quants for Undergrads.
Grace Cleland 18BBA was recently named to the Poets&Quants for Undergrads Best and Brightest list for business majors. Cleland is from Oakton, Virginia.
For the past several months, Amazon has been the topic of conversation for most Atlanta residents.
Several BBA students are headed to Nicaragua as part of an experiential learning trip with Goizueta’s Social Enterprise.
Forty-five promising undergraduate students from top business schools left this year’s Undergraduate Business School Leadership Conference at the Goizueta Business School with a better understanding of the relationship between global issues and business and inspired to make positive change.
In the world of business, understanding and establishing global relationships is key for young professionals entering the marketplace in the near future.