Emerging markets are currently experiencing an economic slowdown, according to scholars and business leaders who spoke at the fifth annual Emerging Markets Symposium on Tuesday at Northeastern.
Less than 60 hours after their 30-day Kickstarter campaign went live on Sunday, they surpassed their initial $20,000 funding goal. With more than three weeks remaining in the campaign, the couple aims to continue to build on its initial success.
According to the old adage, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. For Northeastern alumnus Ben Kneppers, it’s actually an entire South American country’s trash that he is hoping to turn into a sustainable business.
DMSB Distinguished Professor Dr. Paula Caligiuri gives keynote address at MBA Women international Conference.
DMSB Students Help South African businesses grow in dialogue of civilizations program
The Symposium on Water Innovation in Massachusetts, co-sponsored by D’Amore-McKim and the Curry Student Center, brought together top industry, academic and government minds to better understand the state’s multi-billion dollar water industry.
As more and more emerging markets defy proscriptive expectations, establishing successful multinational business in nontraditional ways, a growing group of researchers is starting to recognize the value of a new conversation.
Joseph Raelin, along with his six co-authors including Rachelle Reisberg, Director of the Women in Engineering Program at Northeastern, are recipients of the Ralph W. Tyler Award for Outstanding and Distinguished Research and Publication in the Field of Cooperative Education, Internships, and Work-Integrated Learning.
“When I only have one, then I’m short handed. When I have two, then I get my job done”