Marketing Global Lab 2016 in Singapore. FCOB undergraduates Cory Bonda, Kyle Hubbard, Amelia Gulick, and MBA mentor Lindsey Durham describe what it means to have time with multiple top-tier marketing executives at Johnson & Johnson.
Marketing Global Lab 2016 in Singapore. FCOB undergraduates Alexis Lambos, Olivia Chancellor, Max Olberding, Andy Landaverde, and MBA mentor Elena Pipino recount the morning they presented to Wendy’s executives.
Marketing Global Lab 2016 in Singapore. FCOB undergraduates Lauren Barry, Devin Horton, Shelby Smith, Mack Watts, and MBA mentor Paul Webb explain their project deliverable for DHL Supply Chain.
For most students on their first travel outside of the United States, the hardest part of adjusting to foreign territory is the language barrier. But for students traveling to Singapore, adapting to the country is significantly easier because the official business language of Singapore is English. Not only is it easier for Americans to adjust, but Singapore is extremely safe with one of the lowest crime rates in the world. If you're still not sold, Singapore has been ranked by World Bank Group as the number one country for Doing Business in both 2014 & 2015.
During the team’s time in Singapore, we could not escape the fact that Singapore is a global hub surrounded by water. Everywhere we went, we saw the ocean, whether in a beautiful beach landscape, in a breathtaking view from the Marina Bay Sands hotel, and even in the assortment of prawn and crab in our dinners. Singapore’s connection to the ocean has caused the nation to become a global hub that draws the world to its sunny shores.