East Meets West to Highlight Webster's MBA Program in China
Members of the SBT's leadership team welcomed Webster's partners from The Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE) to St. Louis this week.
Dean Dai Guoqiang, Xue Liping and Ling Wang met with Dean Akande and his team to discuss not only the success of the two school's 13-year MBA program partnership but also the benefits of The School of Business & Technology's recent specialized ACBSP accreditation. Webster's business programs in China continue to grow.
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How to Succeed in Any Market
CEO and business owner Judith Bitterli credits her Webster degree, cash flow and a little "chutzpah" with helping her pioneer her first multi-million dollar company. 20 years later this self-proclaimed serial entrepreneur is known in the industry as a marketing guru who has brought companies into the "internet age" while at the same time helping them build millions in sales. Ms. Bitterli just sold her latest success, Direct Impact, an advertising agency specializing in direct marketing strategy and company of record for companies ranging from Sony to Best Buy. Now this dynamic speaker is sharing her formula for continued success as a keynote speaker for The Maritz Success to Significance Speakers Series Wednesday January 28, 2009.
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Webster Student Among Top Finishers in International Competition
Executives have another reason to hire Webster business student Liao Hong Tao. Ms. Tao has already proven she can successfully run a company by placing third in the 2008 Fall International Business Simulation Challenge. Ms. Tao outperformed more than 700 teams from Australia, Taiwan, India, Canada, Poland, Switzerland and the United States in the challenge. The simulation ranks participants using a strategic assessment tool that accurately measures a business unit's progress.
Prior to the competition, Ms. Tao learned finance, research and development, marketing and production in her BUSN 6200 course with Professor Renee English at Webster's campus in China. For more on Webster's MBA program, click here.