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Opening New Markets for a Brazilian Coffee Company
Opening New Markets for a Brazilian Coffee Company

A group of students traveled to São Paulo, Brazil, last summer as part of their Global Business Experience (GBE) course to work for Brazilian coffee producer...

Japan Country Immersion Week for Evening Program Students
Japan Country Immersion Week for Evening Program Students

Eighteen Georgetown MBA Evening Program students traveled to Japan in March as part of the Kakehashi...

D.C. Embassy Series: Reception at the Peruvian Ambassador’s Residence
D.C. Embassy Series: Reception at the Peruvian Ambassador’s Residence

The Global Business Initiative and the Georgetown McDonough Office of Alumni and External Relations hosted the latest installment of the D.C. Embassy Series at the Peruvian Embassy Residence....

Georgetown Retail Luxury Association’s Third Annual Global Luxury Summit: eCommerce
Georgetown Retail Luxury Association’s Third Annual Global Luxury Summit: eCommerce

In April, the Georgetown Retail & Luxury Association (GRLA) and the McDonough...

MBA Students Participate in Instagram Global Photo Contest
MBA Students Participate in Instagram Global Photo Contest

Full-time MBA students displayed their photographic skills by sharing more than 180 photos during their Global Business Experience (GBE) trips last March using #msbglobal on Instagram. The photos...

Students Organize First Latin America Career Trek
Students Organize First Latin America Career Trek

A group of 16 students traveled to Mexico City last month to engage in professional meetings with high-ranking politicians and business professionals and to explore the city’s historical and...

Inaugural Global Business Fellows (GBF) Class Graduates
Inaugural Global Business Fellows (GBF) Class Graduates

As part of Georgetown University McDonough School of Business’s commitment to be known as the premier destination for global business education, in 2015 the school partnered with the university’s...

MBAs Consult to Grow eCommerce in Kenya
MBAs Consult to Grow eCommerce in Kenya

Becoming the leading online marketplace in Africa is no easy feat. A team of MBA students discovered firsthand just how challenging such a goal could be, especially in a developing economy. Tejal...

Global Alumni Stories: Alumni Working in São Paulo and London
Global Alumni Stories: Alumni Working in São Paulo and London

Originally from the Philippines, Nicolas Pinga (MBA’16) joined Citibank in New York City as a global engagement management associate under the company’s global leadership program...

Jay Jacobs Named Distinguished Global Fellow
Jay Jacobs Named Distinguished Global Fellow

Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business has appointed Jay Jacobs (MBA’98), outgoing president and managing director of PIMCO, as a Distinguished Global Fellow. He will begin his three-year...

Discussion: Evolution and Disruption: Challenges and Opportunities for Investors, Governments, and Markets
Discussion: Evolution and Disruption: Challenges and Opportunities for Investors, Governments, and Markets

Contact:

Molly Fleenor

(202) 687-5254

Molly.Fleenor@georgetown.edu

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 8, 2017

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Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Present “How Foreign Direct Investment Affects U.S. Jobs: A Policy Forum” on Capitol Hill, May 31
Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Present “How Foreign Direct Investment Affects U.S. Jobs: A Policy Forum” on Capitol Hill, May 31

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 25, 2017

DISCUSSION: U.S. JOB CREATION AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to...

Consumer Spending Likely to Increase According to Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research’s Problem-Driven Consumption Index
Consumer Spending Likely to Increase According to Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research’s Problem-Driven Consumption Index

Contact:

Molly Fleenor

(202) 687-5254

Molly.Fleenor@georgetown.edu

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 22, 2017

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Larry Downes
How Not to Close the Digital Divide
How Not to Close the Digital Divide
An op-ed by Larry Downes, project director at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy: “Thirteen percent of adult Americans still don’t use the Internet. And while today’s digital have-...
Arthur Dong
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad Confirmed to Become U.S. Ambassador to China
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad Confirmed to Become U.S. Ambassador to China
"Probably one of the most important consulate postings facing the United States as we enter this new phase of China-U.S. relations," said Arthur Dong, a professor at Georgetown University.
When Did Busy Become Cool?
When Did Busy Become Cool?
When Americans hear “busy,” they think “status,” a link that Silvia Bellezza and Neeru Paharia, marketing professors at Columbia Business School and Georgetown, tested in recent study.

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