CNBC Interviews International Executive MBA Alumnus
On Thursday, June 5, Mark Smith, a 2007 graduate of the McDonough School's International Executive MBA program, appeared on CNBC's "The Call" with host Trish Regan. Smith and fellow 2007 IEMBA alumnus Pete Messman, co-founded Claren Power, an innovative venture that uses a byproduct of sugarcane ethanol and sugar production to generate electricity. This technology has a 20-gigawatt power potential in Brazil alone, and according to Smith, a $24 billion market for this process already exists. To learn more, you can view the interview here:
About the Robert Emmett McDonough School of Business
Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business is a premier business school located in the nation's capital. Founded in 1957 to educate undergraduate business students through the integration of liberal arts and professional education, the McDonough School today welcomes approximately 1,300 undergraduates, 620 MBA students, and more than 500 participants in its executive education programs annually. For more information about the McDonough School, visit http://msb.georgetown.edu.
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Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in America, founded in 1789 by Archbishop John Carroll. Georgetown today is a major student-centered, international, research university offering respected undergraduate, graduate and professional programs on its three campuses. For more information about Georgetown University, visit http://www.georgetown.edu.