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Undergraduate students at the Beedie School of Business are learning how to market the most valuable commodity of all: themselves.

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A new student-led initiative at the Beedie School of Business aims to prepare students for the rigours of the management consulting profession hiring process. And after just one cohort, the program boasts an impressive employment success rate in this highly competitive field.

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Two undergraduate students from the Beedie School of Business will compete for the chance to represent Canada after emerging victorious at the KPMG Vancouver Ace the Case Competition.

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A group of Beedie School of Business first year students will put their business innovation skills on display next week in the third annual SFU Market on the Mezz. The event, part of the BusOne program at SFU’s Beedie School of Business, will see the students utilizing their newfound business acumen by promoting and selling a product or service of their own creation in order to raise funds for the United Way. The Market on […]

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No one could ever accuse Alice Longhurst of being indecisive. In spring 2011 she was working at the Women’s Executive Network (WXN), with no plans to return to higher education. One month later, she was enrolling in the MBA program at SFU’s Beedie School of Business. The Beedie School of Business is the national education partner for WXN, and it was through her director-level position at the WXN in Toronto that Longhurst was first introduced […]

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The Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University will this fall launch a new career preparation program for undergraduate students – Business Career Passport. The program will focus on career management and preparation and is intended to help students successfully launch their careers upon graduation. Students admitted to the BBA degree at the Beedie School of Business from fall 2012 and thereafter will be required to complete a series of six mandatory workshops focusing […]

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Vector Marketing, a direct sales firm that markets Cutco Cutlery®, presented SFU with the Campus Cup, as part of their commitment to recognize and foster the relationships Vector has established with many great universities and colleges, at their first summer conference on May 30, 2011, in Coquitlam, BC.

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