The growing impact of women entrepreneurs is evident today. Women-owned firms account for almost 30 percent of all businesses and one in five women-owned firms tout revenue of $1 million or more, according to research conducted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and its Center for Women in Business in 2014.
In the competitive 21st century marketplace, it’s more important than ever to keep your sales skills sharp. Regardless of how busy you are, podcasts provide an opportunity to continue learning without disrupting your daily routine. However, there’s a dizzying number of sales podcasts to choose from, so we’ve compiled a list of 10 podcasts that are well worth your time.
On our last day in London, the weekend case competition in the Consulting track came to a close with final team presentations. In the Globalization Strategy track, the topic on Day Three shifted to global financial markets - the day was highlighted by two speakers: Barclay’s Mike Di Iorio and Dean Doug Shackelford of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.
At the London immersion, MBA@UNC students participated in one of two tracks: Globalization Strategy or Consulting. On Day Two, while students on the Consulting track were hard at work on their cases ahead of the Sunday presentations, students in the Globalization Strategy track learned more about global organizations and global marketing. A central thread that ran through each speaker’s presentation on Day Two was the critical need to closely understand local cultures when expanding business across borders.
At the London immersion, MBA@UNC students participated in one of two tracks: Globalization Strategy or Consulting. Through the course of the first day, MBA@UNC students learned all about how to embrace the move from the Information Age to the Agile Age, the finer points of strategic communications in a global setting, and how Virgin has created consistency across a diverse set of businesses.
From protecting our nation’s and other nation’s leaders to building cases and testifying against counterfeiters and computer criminals, Secret Service agent and MBA@UNC student Scott Swantner is constantly on the move. A member of the most elite law enforcement organization in the world, he must be available to travel anywhere in the world, quite often with little notice.