There were no “February Blahs” at The Business School, the month was jam-packed with career and networking events and workshops. We thank all of the students who took time out of their busy schedules to participate in the “Faces of Business” campaign, culminating in a new commercial set to air in March.
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On Wednesday March 22, Humber's Advertising - Media Management students had the opportunity to visit Twitter Canada as part of their Media Management Planning: Interactive Digital Course taught by our very own Ivan Pehar.
Thanks to Kiran Bajwa and Christine Howald from The Business School, and Shyren Husham from the School of Media Studies for presenting the work of the VEBTA at the Humber Applied Research Industry Breakfast.
On Friday March 10, Steam Whistle Brewery hosted sixty Humber Marketing Management Post Graduate students for an informative discussion on its Integrated Marketing Communications strategy.
As a requirement of the IMC (Integrated Marketing Communications) course lead by Professor Anne Cramer, Fashion Management and Promotions postgraduate students have created a website dedicated to the business side of fashion.
On Thursday March 2, the AFBS (Association of Fashion Business Students) hosted an industry panel night moderated by Fashion Management Professor Bruce Sinclair.
The Business School Bachelor of Commerce Marketing degree has been approved by SAS (Statistical Analysis System) for the joint Business Certification Program. This certificate will put Humber students in a cutting-edge market position.
Last December, The Business School management and staff helped raise $2076 for the Children's Aid Foundation during the annual holiday party.
Students from all three of the fashion programs were engaged with the latest window installation at The Fashion Institute.
Food Starter entrepreneurs have been working with Humber College professors Pierre-Pascal Gendron and Youssef Youssef to create an opportunity for clients to work with graduating students in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
Program Coordinators and staff selected students who they felt best represented their program for a photoshoot to promote the "New Faces of The Business School" campaign.
Network Nights is a great opportunity for students from a variety of creative programs to connect, collaborate, create and compete for $1,000.00 to fund their photo shoot concepts.
Participate in workshops with TJX Canada’s associates, tour the TJX Home Office, and have a speed networking session with TJX Canada representatives.
Join us for an engaging session with top level executives who will share personal stories of success & insightful opinions on how to successfully climb up the corporate ladder.
Learn from TJX Canada’s representatives the career pathways to Retail Management.
Join Business School Professor Mike Dover on April 13th for a lecture on his new book at Brentwood Library.