Master of Management in Retailing (MMR)

Bensadoun School receives $5M in provincial funding for retail innovation

Published: 31Mar2021

The Quebec Ministry of Economy and Innovation has awarded the Bensadoun School of Retail Management with $5 million in funding over the next four years. According to Minister Pierre Fitzgibbon, a...

Access our partner network through the MMR program

5 May 2021

The Bensadoun School of Retail Management (BSRM) brings together a network of world-renowned retail brands and industry leaders that are excited and eager to work with Master of Management in...

Be a part of a new generation of retail experts – study at the Bensadoun School of Retail Management

7 Apr 2021

Retailing has changed – but its transformation isn’t over yet. E-commerce and omni-channel retailing have become the new normal, and innovative new technologies will enable even more ways for...

An exciting career awaits you with a Master of Management in Retailing

3 Mar 2021

One of the frequently asked questions we receive from those interested in applying to the Master of Management in Retailing (MMR) program is about career prospects....

Join us in spreading the word about the most exciting retail program in the world

2 Feb 2021

As many of you already know, we have launched the recruitment phase of our new Master of Management in Retailing (MMR) program that will welcome its first cohort late this summer.

McGill University and Alimentation Couche-Tard launch unique laboratory store to propel retail industry and customers into the future

Published: 14Jan2021

Partnering with Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., the new retail innovation lab at McGill’s Bensadoun School of Retail Management will enable ground-breaking research and test innovations, including...

Digital Transformation Required to Keep Canada’s Retail Afloat

17 Dec 2020

Dr. Yu Ma, Associate Professor of Marketing and Bensadoun Faculty Scholar at McGill University, weighs in on the urgent need for digital transformation for Canadian businesses.

Retailers must adapt to survive holidays as COVID-19 lockdown remains in place

10 Dec 2020

Historically, December yields the largest profits for retailers, who are accustomed to ramping up their year-end operations to keep pace with the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping. This...


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