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Global Business Week
Justin Hoeveler, WG’17, who was named CEO of US Sports Camps last year, said the confidence and knowledge he gained at Wharton add value every day in his new role.
How Wharton is Helping this CEO Grow a Youth Sports Business
Andrew Brown, WG’15, says Wharton was worth the investment. “The program has paid for itself in terms of salary growth and overall knowledge, but also—most importantly—from the people I met. The friendships and network are truly priceless.”
How Wharton Helped this Engineer Transition to the Business Side of the Defense Industry
It’s great to make connections on both coasts because the dynamics are a bit different. There are more people working for technology companies on the West Coast, and I’m meeting a lot of people in financial services and private equity on the East Coast. – Jing Zhang, WG’20
Wharton EMBA Students Share How They Benefit from a Bicoastal Program
Through two elective courses, an elaborate simulation, two books, and a Global Business Week in Finland and Sweden, Marketing Prof. Peter Fader offers EMBA students many opportunities to learn how customer centricity can drive profits.
What this Wharton Professor Wants Students to Know About Customer Centricity
Prof. Hernandez explains why he wants students to be globally-minded managers and decision-makers — and how this differs from domestic affairs.
What Wharton Prof. Zeke Hernandez Wants EMBA Students to Learn about Global Strategy
Vice Dean Peggy Bishop Lane talks about how Global Business Week is built and what it means for Wharton MBA Program for Executives students.
Vice Dean Peggy Bishop Lane on the Importance of Global Business Week
When San Francisco student Chad Liu helped welcome the East Coast EMBA class to the West Coast campus for Marketing Week, he strengthened his connections to the second network of classmates he interacts with as part of Wharton’s bicoastal program.
How This Student is Using Wharton’s Bicoastal EMBA Program to Expand His Network
The impact of the Beijing-based center and research fund has been far-reaching on campus and in China.
Three Years On: A Look at the Penn Wharton China Center
As the Chinese New Year approaches, we take a look back at highlights from some of the most memorable events and lectures that left an impact on the Penn Wharton China community in 2017.
2017: The Penn Wharton China Center Year in Review
It’s an exciting time in China now because of the speed of innovation. There also is a lot of competition, particularly over talent. And while the rate of construction may finally be slowing down, the city (of Beijing) is still expanding its infrastructure.
EMBA Students Share 4 Takeaways on Innovation in China
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