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Guest Student Contributor, February 28, 2018By Lauren Baldwin T’19 Tuck’s 13th annual Private Equity Conference brought together nearly 250 professionals and students to discuss current trends in the industry and to share best practices in a competitive environment. I’d like to highlight a few themes from the conference, and thoughts from Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 28, 2018By Erica Toews T'18 Braden Pan T’15 hosted the Entrepreneurship Club at Endurance Companies in downtown Hanover. Located in the old Rosey Jekes building, which has been a coffee shop and high-end women’s clothing store, Endurance shares space with startups Picaboo and Vidigami. Endurance is Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 22, 2018By Kristin Unruh T’19 This might sound surprising, but one of the main reasons I came to Tuck was to get exposure to emerging markets. Between Global Insight Expeditions, international First-Year Projects (FYPGO), school clubs, and classes, there are a lot of ways to feed my passion for Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 22, 2018By Kohei Suwabe T'18 Japan is my home country and I worked in Japan for seven years prior to Tuck. When I was assigned to the OnSite Global Consulting project in Tokyo, Japan, I considered myself fluent in Japanese business culture and expected to primarily learn core consulting skills through Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, February 28, 2018By Jeffrey Wu T’19 Starting our journey at 5:30 a.m. on Friday morning, Dan Grande T’18, Guneet Sangha T’18, Claire Winiarski T’18, Cole Boskey T’19, Tucker Johnston T’19, and I made our way to Boston University Questrom School of Business to compete in the Continue Reading
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