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MBA Candidate and Published Author Spreads Love Through Storytelling

According to College of Charleston School of Business communications director, Liz Wolfe, marketing is a form of storytelling.  “It’s about making authentic connections through shared experiences, fears and desires to help people take action or feel a particular emotion,” says Wolfe.  That desire for connection and understanding is what inspired MBA candidate and future marketer, […]

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Nikki Haley - Women for Women Summit presented by College of Charleston School of Business

College of Charleston School of Business to Host Women’s Summit Featuring Nikki Haley

The College of Charleston School of Business is doubling down on its commitment to diversity and inclusion by hosting the 2020 Women for Women Summit, a day-long conference where attendees will celebrate, elevate, share and connect with the women of South Carolina. The inaugural event, presented by the College of Charleston School of Business, will […]

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MBA Cohort Travels to India as International Consultants

Each year, students in the One-Year MBA Program travel to a global business capital to learn about its culture and industries. In April 2019, our MBAs visited Mumbai, India for their international immersion! Below, MBA candidate Kelly Nelson shared her five favorite experiences from this trip. Tour of Reliance Industries To start off the trip, […]

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Make Your Mark Speaker Series Spring 2019 Flyer

Founder of PureCars to Speak at the College of Charleston School of Business

The College of Charleston School of Business Department of Marketing will host founder and executive chairman of PureCars, Jeremy Anspach, for the Make Your Mark Speaker Series on March 6, 2019. Anspach, a Detroit native and automotive-marketing pioneer, founded PureCars in 2007 after recognizing the impacts the digital age was having on consumer behavior. PureCars […]

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School of Business Hires New MBA Director

The College of Charleston School of Business one-year MBA program, recently named first in the nation for job placement by U.S. News & World Report, isn’t just attracting accolades — it’s also attracting new leadership. This July, the ranked program hired Ron Magnuson, former director of administration for the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of […]

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CofC MBA Program Ranked No. 1 in Nation for Job Placement

The College of Charleston School of Business MBA program has ranked first in the country for job placement, according to U.S. News & World Report. The College’s accelerated one-year MBA program tied for first place with Northern Arizona University for job placement three months after graduation. Every MBA graduate from the Class of 2017 from both institutions had […]

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