Joy Huang (MBA ’99) introduces China, its people and cultural values.
UNC Kenan-Flagler students compete, bring home top honors.
Helping business professionals develop the cross-cultural savvy required for global business success is the aim of a new certificate program offered by the Global Business Center.
Keynote Markus Wilhelm and “People. Planet. Profits” panelists shared their experiences and advice for budding entrepreneurs during Global Entrepreneurship Week at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
An overview of the changing electronics outsourcing industry in Asia, its growth, and the challenges facing both clients and suppliers.
His global business education prepared Prem Thomas (BSBA ’05) for a career at the intersection of finance, sustainability and entrepreneurship.
To help business people develop the cross-cultural communication skills required for global success, UNC Kenan-Flagler is offering a new certificate program.
How emerging market brands can go global.
“Round-Tripping” – How U.S. investors route their income through offshore tax havens.
Foreign investments in emerging markets make them emerge even faster.
While most students buckled down for midterms in Chapel Hill, two groups of UNC Kenan-Flagler MBA students were learning global lessons in different parts of the world.
When American executives need help preparing for negotiations in a Beijing boardroom or Chinese managers seek advice on how to best introduce products to the U.S. market, they turn to international management consultant Joy Huang (MBA ’99).
UNC Kenan-Flagler students, faculty, and staff gain access to a significantly expanded menu of global commerce, education and research opportunities this year thanks to a major new grant and new strategic role for the school’s Center for International Business Education and Research.
UNC Kenan-Flagler’s Global Business Center will launch a new certificate program in January designed for mid-career business professionals and MBA students with some experience working in or with international constituents who seek to develop their intercultural competence.
After earning his MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler, Ajit Dayal launched the first and only direct-to-investor mutual fund in India. Then there are his philanthropy projects.
Emerging-market firms succeed in the global marketplace and Western firms need to pay attention to them.
UNC Kenan-Flagler and the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore will collaborate on a project to advancing sustainability research and education in India.
MBA students spent their final mod engaged in sustainability projects in Eastern North Carolina and Ethiopia for the Sustainability Leadership Capstone course.
Professor Jan-Benedict Steenkamp shared insights about how emerging-market companies can develop global brands from his new book “Brand Blowback: How Emerging Market Brands Will Go Global.”
Coming to UNC Kenan-Flagler, Luisa Benzaquen (MBA ’14) was no stranger to the business world. She studied business administration in her hometown of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and worked for two years with Capri Sun to advance her career.
During her business school search, Adams was drawn to UNC Kenan-Flagler because the students seemed much more like teammates than competitors. Even when they’re vying for the same positions, she and her classmates prep for interviews together and always cheer each other on.
As a student in the Global OneMBA® Program, Marc Ross (’08) received a first-hand, in-depth look at China and its role in the international economy. Five years later, he is helping ensure that the U.S.-China commercial relationship thrives in his role at the U.S.-China Business Council.
Ann Wang (MBA ’06) has drawn upon the strengths of UNC Kenan-Flagler’s diversity in her role at Google as head of the Online Partnerships Group of Greater China and Korea.
The U.S. trade deficit with China, which topped $315 billion in 2012, is often interpreted as a sign of impending doom for the U.S. economy, the numbers aren’t as daunting as many think, advises Marc Ross (OneMBA ’08) of the U.S.-China Next 20 Stories