Samalid M. Hogan has been appointed director of the western regional office of the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center (MSBDC) Network. Hogan brings a broad range of experience to the new post, including 12 years in economic development and project management. Most recently, she was the consulting project manager for the Holyoke Innovation District on behalf of the MassTech Collaborative and Pioneer Valley Planning Commission. Previously, she was the senior project manager and brownfields coordinator at the City of Springfield’s Office of Planning and Economic Development.
Undergraduate Online student Paul Francisco, owner and president of an electrical construction company in northeast Ohio, talks about how completing his degree through the online program is perfect for the demands of his job and his family.
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Massachusetts Small Business Development Center (MSBDC) Network clients and counselors were honored at the U.S. Small Business Administration's annual Massachusetts Awards Ceremony in May. Isenberg has been headquarters to the MSBDC Network since 1980.
Isenberg economist and Professor of Operations and Information Management Robert Nakosteen discussed the implications of Britain’s Brexit vote on a morning-after interview with WBUR in Boston. Professor Nakosteen addressed the Brexit’s likely impact on financial markets, including pension funds. He also reflected on its influence on Massachusetts’ trade relations with Europe and the costs and benefits of a stronger dollar.
During the spring semester, Operations Management professor Alan Robinson took a group of MBA students on a trip to learn about the operations at two large and very different companies - endoscope manufacturer Karl Storz and wholesaler/distributing company C & S Wholesale Grocers.
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Ten Isenberg students joined forces with 18 UMass engineering students and faculty from the Berthiaume Center for Entrepreneurship to make their mark in the U.S. Department of Energy’s annual Collegiate Wind Competition.
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This year's 4th annual Isenberg Business Leadership Awards, held at the Colonnade Hotel and Boston and attracting 330 members of the Isenberg community, honored Chuck and Karen Peters of New England Wire Products and Recent Alumni awardee Brian Tino, account executive at InVision.