Co-led by professors Amir Grinstein and Daniele Mathras of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business as part of a partnership with tech accelerator 50:50 Startups, Bridging Conflicts pairs Northeastern students with startups that are co-founded by Israeli and Palestinian entrepreneurs.
The Dialogue of Civilizations: Entrepreneurship and Global Consulting in Israel continues to grow in its second year as more than twenty students recently visited the country, engaging with local startups, working in cross-cultural teams, and learning about the growing innovation ecosystem. Three D'Amore-McKim School of Business students recently shared their experiences and reasons why they would recommend the Dialogue to fellow Huskies.
Do you know what your carbon footprint is? According to a recent study co-authored by Professor Amir Grinstein, you probably don't, and that's a big problem.
Associate Professor of Marketing Amir Grinstein discusses his research findings that examine the value and influence a socially responsible marketing team can bring to a firm.
Five Northeastern University students traveled around Israel this summer, visiting local venture accelerators, large corporations, and historical sites, as part of the International New Venture: Israel, The start-up nation.
When business leaders and Northeastern University alumni Richard D'Amore and Alan McKim joined forces to make a historic investment of $60 million to their former school, they ignited a transformation that led to much more than a name change.