Local Real Estate Companies Offer Business Students Real-World Experience

The Carter Real Estate Center at the College of Charleston School of Business is infusing experiential learning into its Real Estate Market Analysis course this semester through a collaboration with local real estate firm Carolina Retail Centers and the Charleston office of national commercial brokers, Marcus & Millichap. Read more about the project at The College […]

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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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BBC News Highlights Hospitality Professor’s Analysis of Airbnb Impact on Communities

With its renowned location in one of the top tourist destinations in the world, the College of Charleston School of Business reinforces its unique position as a leader in the exploration and examination of the tourism industry. Daniel Guttentag, professor of hospitality and tourism management and director of the Office of Tourism Analysis, recently discussed […]

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Hospitality Students Ditch First Day of Class for Hotel Grand Opening

Traditionally, the first day of classes is a bit lackluster. Commonly referred to as “syllabus day,” a significant portion of the class meeting is dedicated to giving introductions, discussing expectations and — you guessed it — reviewing the course syllabus. Luckily for students in professor Steve Litvin’s HTM 350 hospitality and tourism marketing class, that […]

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