5 Days for the Homeless is an initiative that will be taking place at and around McGill from March 11th – 16th 2012. During the five day campaign, students from across the country will be making personal sacrifices to make their community a better place. Students will forgo their comforts and live outside on campus for five full days. Attend the opening ceremony on March 11th!
On Friday, March 11, students will have the opportunity to hear from a series of guest speakers from several different fields and learn about leadership while networking with industry representatives. On Saturday, March 12, a case competition will take place, where teams of 4-5 students are given 2 hours to prepare a solution to a predetermined case.
6 Credits in Brazil this May Desautels Study Abroad Brazil Info session: Wednesday, Feb 29 from 12:30 to 1:00 Room: 245 www.mcgill.ca/desautels/brazil
Turn your big idea into reality by entering the 2012 Dobson Cup! The Dobson Cup-McGill Business Plan Competition idea proposal deadline is on March 27 (the only day to enter).
"Speed Networking" is an informal yet structured networking event designed to connect Boston area McGill graduates and students. The purpose of the evening is to facilitate meaningful conversations between all McGillians; specifically, to learn about possible career connections, uncover new business opportunities, and to meet other like-minded professionals.
Convocation is more than just a formal ceremony for the conferral of degrees, diplomas, and certificates, it is a time-honoured ceremony that celebrates individual student achievement. We look forward to celebrating the achievements of our graduates and welcoming their families and friends to McGill's Fall 2011 Convocation.
On November 18th, the 11th Annual CASCO McGill Charity Fashion and Dance Show will be taking place at Telus Theatre. The theme this year is "A Night at the Movies," and all money raised will be donated to The Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation.
The Survey of Innovation and Business Strategy (SIBS) is a joint project of Industry Canada, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada and Statistics Canada. It was initiated in order to better understand the market and policy factors that encourage or discourage the adoption of entrepreneurial and innovation-oriented business strategies.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Desautels Faculty of Management's Open House on Sunday, October 23, 2011. Open House gives prospective students an opportunity to learn more about what our Faculty has to offer both inside and outside the classroom.
The Elevator Pitch is your business overview that you should be able to deliver to any investor who happens to ride the same elevator as you. The first impression is critical. The elevator pitch should provide enough information to pique the interest of potential investors and strategic partners. It should provide a clear picture of the company and its solution. It should be delivered effectively.