Archive for September, 2016

RSVP REQUIRED: Upcoming Prebusiness Events!

September 22nd, 2016 by cgevry

The fall semester at Holy Cross is always a great time to reconnect with your friends and make new connections.  I encourage you to make plans with these friends to attend some of our upcoming Prebusiness events. Some have food, but they all have great speakers.  See you there!

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Prebusiness hosts Sanctae Crucis honoree Tom Carey ’66
Tom Carey ’66 is the former executive vice president of Omnicom Group Inc. His responsibilities included the strategic development, networking, resourcing and integration of Omnicom companies for the benefit of major clients of the group, such as Daimler Chrysler, Mars, PepsiCo and others. He also participated in evaluation of strategic acquisitions for the company. Previously, Tom was president of BBDO North America and co-CEO of the New York office.  Tom is a member of the Board of Advisers at the Medill School of Journalism, Media and Integrated Marketing Communications at Northwestern University, where he received his master’s degree in journalism in 1967, and a former Trustee of College of the Holy Cross.
>Friday – September 30th from 2:30-3:30PM in Hogan TBA
RSVP: bit.ly/SCawards2016rsvp

 

screen-shot-2016-09-22-at-2-59-31-pmBusiness As Vocation – You have to do well to do good.
JOIN US for dinner and discussion with Tom Beecher ‘56, Chairman of the Board of Barrantys LLC, who will share life lessons from his 50+ years in business. Mr. Beecher is also chair emeritus of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC), a nonprofit corporation founded to cultivate a world-class medical campus in downtown Buffalo, and he co-founded a Buffalo Inner-City Scholarship Opportunity Network, which funds scholarships for low-income students. Learn how he managed various businesses, and how ethical business practices adds value to the common good.
>Tuesday, October 4th @ 5:30pm in Hogan 320
Dinner RSVP link: https://goo.gl/gmpExc

 

screen-shot-2016-09-22-at-3-00-35-pmThe Purpose Is Profit: The Truth about Starting and Building Your Own Business
DINNER SPEAKER: Ed “Skip” McLaughlin ’78, Author
Do you feel the pull to start your own business? Tired of working for others? Learn from Ed “Skip” McLaughlin, who left his high-level corporate position to start not one but two new businesses. Discover what to do and what not to do to create your own successful startup. “The Purpose Is Profit” eliminates the mystery of becoming an entrepreneur. FREE BOOK INCLUDED.
>Tuesday, October 18th @ 5:30pm – 7:30pm in Hogan 408
DINNER RSVP: http://goo.gl/VmTq7e

 

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*NEW* Workshop – Global Supply Chain Management

September 15th, 2016 by cgevry

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Global Supply Chain Management Workshop: REGISTER NOW!
No resume, no cover letter, just register!

This new alumni led workshop will provide hands-on experience to help you understand how a global supply chain gets things made and delivered to where customers are. Everything we wear, eat, drive, and consume comes through an organized supply chain from different parts of the world.  Gain political, cultural, and ethical insights from experienced alumni from issues they’ve dealt with that are inherent in managing a global supply chain.

This new workshop will be two days, held over fall break and is open to all majors/class years.

BONUS: it counts towards the business workshops milestone for the COES Professional Certificate Program!

Program Dates: Monday & Tuesday, October 10 & 11, 2016

Online Registration Deadline: Thursday, September 29, 2016 by 11:59PM

CLICK HERE to register and learn more about the four alumni who will be leading this workshop!

Thanks to Ben Lodge ’18, our Student Assistant, for his detailed description of this new workshop. We are very excited to be expanding our workshop line-up and look forward to welcoming these alumni to campus this fall.  Hope you can join us!

Cassie Gevry
Associate Director, Entrepreneurial Studies

BACK2BUSINESS + FREE PIZZA🍕

September 2nd, 2016 by cgevry

Screen Shot 2016-09-02 at 3.59.14 PMThe summer has ended and that means it’s time to get back to business!

JOIN US  on Wednesday, September 14th  at 5PM in Stein 120 to discuss the COES Professional Program, office hours, prebusiness advisors, and recommended courses – and more.

Interested in a specific area of business? We will also have student chairs from all of the Prebusiness clubs which include finance, marketing and sales, communications and advertising, and entrepreneurship. See below for more information on these club leaders and feel free to reach out to them with any questions you make have.

If that’s not enough to get you excited, there will also be FREE PIZZA! We hope to see you there!

HC ENTREPRENEURS GROUP (HCEG)
Reilly Bloom ’18, rcbloo18@g.holycross.edu
Matt Casale ’18, mpcasa18@g.holycross.edu (abroad)
Dimitri Savidis ’18, dsavid18@g.holycross.edu (abroad)

HC SALES GROUP
Clayton Krueger ’17, CDKRUE17@g.holycross.edu
Tom Cotter ’17, tcott17@g.holycross.edu

THE AGENCY
Caroline Keane ’17, cekean17@g.holycross.edu
Matthew Brown ’18, mpbrow18@g.holycross.edu
Casey Carty ’18, cacart18@g.holycross.edu (abroad)
Carter Mitchell ’19, csmitc19@g.holycross.edu 

THE FINANCE CLUB
Carson Marsh ’17, chmars17@g.holycross.edu
Michael Sixsmith ’17, mwsixs17@g.holycross.edu

Thanks to Sarah Slipek ’17, our Student Assistant, for her detailed description of this upcoming campus event. Like she said, hope to see you there! As always – check out the new COES instapage @HCPrebusiness – and watch for future student write-ups of Prebusiness events.
Cassie Gevry
Associate Director, Entrepreneurial Studies

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