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Results for "Business" on The Achievement Index
Blog | Jan 12, 2021
As we reach the end of 2020, we can see that the pandemic has disturbed our economy. For many, it requires for business owners and entrepreneurs to pivot. In this episode, we’ll hear from two guest who have to change their business model from in person approach to online services.
Blog | Oct 19, 2020
John Resechi chats with Dan Rodenbush, President and CEO of Oliver, Inc. In the episode, Rodenbush emphasizes the significance of transparency powered by strong core values to ensure business success. With Rodenbush's multifaceted background, he lead Oliver Inc to become an industry powerhouse inn packaging and printing solutions.,
Blog | Nov 01, 2019
In episode three of In Reality: Lessons from Leaders and Entrepreneurs, Michele Gay and Madison Mallardi, founders of LimeLife, discuss the importance of being honest business leaders and redefining success.
Blog | Oct 21, 2019
In episode two of In Reality: Lessons from Leaders and Entrepreneurs, John Rebecchi (M.B.A. ’83) interviews Jennifer Salta, the founder of Unmarked Industries. "UNMARKED INDUSTRIES is a female-owned jewelry design and manufacturer in New York. We are dedicated to producing quality, handmade jewelry that connects the hand of the artist to the heart of the modern market" ("What We Stand For" Unmarked Industries).
Blog | Dec 19, 2018
Students in Professor Gantasala's BUSI 435 class received Global Top 25 ranking from their GLO-BUS performance! BUSI 435 is a capstone course for business students that integrates knowledge and skills in various functional areas of business for corporate and business strategy development.
Blog | Oct 24, 2018
Throughout the fall 2018 semester, Dr. Aliza D. Racelis, a visiting Fulbright Scholar, will share her knowledge and expertise with SOM students, faculty, and staff. She recently explained the concept of organizational culture to MBA students.
Feature | Sep 17, 2018
According to Colleen P. Kirk, D.P.S., when consumers feel psychological ownership of a brand, they are happy to spend more for it; but businesses should be aware that these devoted customers also feel entitled to wield some control over the brand.
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Blog | Jul 27, 2018
Alicia Atmadja, a recent graduate of NYIT’s M.B.A program, has decided to pursue her PhD in Consumer Behavior so that she can teach others.