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FAU Marketing students spent a semester deep diving into “real-world” marketing challenges faced by Carmela Coffee & Toast Café.
This past summer, 34 College of Business students participated in a study abroad program in the historic city of Seville, capital of the Andalucia region and the largest city in Southern Spain. This 6-week study is the largest and longest College of Business study abroad trip in more than 20 years.
A shared love of sun, sand, fishing and good beer led a trio of FAU College of Business alumni to brew up the idea for Islamorada Beverages. The Islamorada Beer Company, its original name, was born during weekend fishing trips to the Keys in the mid-2000s. Conversations about needing a lighter craft beer to complement their tropical “fun-in-the-sun” lifestyle turned FAU college friends Tyrone Bradley ’08, ’13, Chris Trentine ’05 and Whitney Trentine ’07, along with their friend, Nik Schroth, into business partners.
This summer, as faculty leader, I had the incredible opportunity to guide 14 College of Business students from Florida Atlantic on a transformative Farm to Fork study abroad program in Dublin, Ireland. From the moment we arrived at the University College Dublin (UCD), we knew our immersion into the Irish food industry was going to be an enlightening experience.
Once again, FAU’s College of Business makes strides in fostering global educational alliances with its partnership and faculty exchange with the Istituto Superior Carlo Dell’ Acqua in Milan, Italy.
Navigating a Dynamic World: Experts Discuss Geopolitical Tensions and Changing Supply Chain Dynamics
FAU College of Business hosted an insightful panel discussion on the impact of geopolitical tensions and shifting supply chain dynamics on global trade.