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Relationships Matter

Relationships Matter

 On Thursday, March 23, during a Third Thursday panel discussion, alumni participants discussed a variety of topics and answered student questions around the value of client relationships in the business setting. The program was sponsored by the Dean’s Advisory Council, Pi Sigma Epsilon, and Women in Business. Dante Germano, chief operating officer, Nexus Properties, and…

Mayo Business Plan Competition Finalists Announced

The top three teams will present their business plans to the judges before a live audience on April 5, in Education 212 beginning at 5:00. This event is open to the public. $50,000 in prize money will be awarded. The Mayo Business Plan Competition is designed to increase student appreciation for the challenge of developing a viable…

AMA Club Travels to New Orleans

Eight members of the TCNJ School of Business’s American Marketing Association attended the International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans. “In just the four days that we were at the conference we have grown so much both professionally and as a club,” said AMA president, Kaelyn DiGiamarino, ’18. “The time in New Orleans fostered close friendships…

Finance Students Engage in CFA Equity Research Investment Challenge

This semester, a team of students selected by application successfully completed an equity analyst presentation to Wall Street experts. The company analyzed was Dominion Energy, Inc., a US power and energy company in Virginia. Students received training by attending New York Society Security Analysts-sponsored seminars on tools for analysts, presentation skills, report writing, and ethics. “This…

Third Thursday: B2B Client Relationships – March 23, 6pm, BB Lounge

Third Thursday: B2B Client Relationships – March 23, 6pm, BB Lounge

On Thursday, March 23, 6:00 p.m. in the Business Building Lounge, alumni panelists will discuss a variety of topics around the value of client relationships in the business setting, such as: What makes B2B client relationships so valuable? How do client relationships change over time? Investing in client relationships. Client management. Moderator: Dante Germano, Chief Operating Officer,…

2017 Target Case Competition

2017 Target Case Competition

Seven TCNJ student teams participated in the Annual Case Competition sponsored by Target, with $3000 in prize money awarded to the top three teams. The teams were judged on communication, presentation, innovation, and overall strategy. First place team: Emily Atkinson, sophomore, economics and art history; Samuel Reed, sophomore, business management; Brigitte Vuong, sophomore, accountancy. “Our presentation was…

J&J Case Competition: Winning Team Moves on to Finals

J&J Case Competition: Winning Team Moves on to Finals

On March 1, two student teams competed for the opportunity to represent the TCNJ School of Business at the annual Johnson & Johnson University Case Competition on April 7 at Johnson & Johnson headquarters in New Brunswick, NJ. Dr. Patrick, Dr. Sorokina, Dr. Tang, and two Johnson & Johnson representatives served as competition judges. The students were judged…

Key Takeaways from Third Thursday on Social Media

On February 16 a panel of alumni gathered in the Business Building Lounge to discuss the ever evolving role of social media in the workplace. The event moderator, Morayea Pindziak ’99, marketing director, Healix, introduced the panel of experts: Emily Dodd ‘03, digital content editor, TCNJ Office of Communication, Marketing & Brand Management Chase Laster ’12, senior…

2017 Mayo Business Plan Competition Semi-Finalists Announced

The semi-finalists have been selected to advance to the next round in the Mayo Business Plan Competition. The seven teams are listed below with brief project descriptions. On March 8, the semi-finalists will deliver a 20-minute presentation before a select panel of judges. Three teams will advance to the finals, which is open to the…

2017 Neil Gaston Student Achievement Award

Applications are being accepted through March 21 for the Neil Gaston Student Achievement Award. To be eligible for the award, a recipient must be a graduating senior in the School of Business with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.2, both overall and in business courses. Students who graduated in December 2016 and January…

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