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BOULDER, CO, Dec. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sarah Glynn, Director of Business Development at Sounds True and an Entrepreneur, shares how studying with a Top Woman in Wellness — Esther Cohen, M.S., RD, FNT — has changed her life and her business.  Today, she highly recommends it to everyone: whether you’re someone in the health profession, a therapist, in the professional world looking to elevate communication and relational skills, or for personal evolution. 

 

“Esther’s program has been an amazing personal transformational experience. Helping me on my own journey to better understand my body, myself, and how I encounter and interact with the world around me. The tools that I’ve learned have given me a new awareness, useful for practitioners as well as professionals, as to how to work with others, understand how to build relationships with those we work with, and how to build greater connectivity in the professional

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Route Masters signs up to UK program SPRINT to develop an innovative transport management solution for African cities

Route Masters, based at the European Space Agency BIC UK in Harwell in Oxfordshire, has signed up to the national SPRINT (SPace Research and Innovation Network for Technology) business support programme to develop an innovative transport management solution for African cities.

Funding from SPRINT will enable Route Masters to collaborate with the University of Leicester on building a full suite of technology tools and algorithmic data models. This will help the company to achieve its aim of becoming the largest integrated public-transport platform for emerging African megacities.

Route Masters is developing an algorithm based on single-band GNSS positioning within cities. The solution will deliver transport flow models superimposed on satellite-based city maps. The technology utilises applied mathematics to build digital route maps that will accurately deliver journey

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Fast food restaurant chain Wendy’s Company on Tuesday said it has inked a new strategic partnership with Rebel Foods, while expanding its partnership with its existing master franchise Sierra Nevada Restaurants. This is being done to aggressively scale up the brand’s footprint both online and offline in the country.

Under the new partnership, Rebel Foods in collaboration with Sierra Nevada Restaurants will develop and operate about 250 Wendy’s cloud kitchens across India. At the same time, Sierra Nevada will develop and operate 150 traditional Wendy’s restaurants, the statement added.

Rebel Foods is the leading operator of online restaurants with over 300 cloud kitchens across India, UAE, South East Asia and the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, Sierra Nevada Restaurants launched Wendy’s in India in 2015 and operates four traditional restaurants and currently operates five cloud kitchens in Delhi-NCR region.

Abigail Pringle, President, International & Chief Development Officer of The Wendy’s Company, said:

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In the current student survey for the master’s ranking by the Center for University Development (CHE), Mannheim’s business administration came out on top in all categories.

At the University of Mannheim, the master’s degree in business administration can be studied very well. This is shown by the current CHE university ranking for master’s courses. The Mannheim Master in Management is in the top group in all eight categories and thus – together with the Technical University of Munich and the inter-university degree in Finance and Information Management (FIM) – receives the most top ratings nationwide. The Mannheim master’s courses in economics and business informatics were also rated in the ranking. These achieved top positions in the categories “transition to master’s degree” and “course offerings” and were in the middle of the field in the other evaluations.

For the ranking, enrolled students are surveyed regularly. Their verdict on Mannheim’s business administration

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NEWARK, N.J., Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Rutgers Business School – Newark and New Brunswick is launching a unique program that allows students to take graduate-level courses in a broad range of the most contemporary business topics, such as data analytics, machine learning and blockchain, without having to commit to enrolling in a prescribed master’s program.

The new Rutgers Stackable Business Innovation Program, or rSBI, is designed to offer rich learning opportunities to working professionals who are interested in gaining cutting-edge knowledge that is influencing industry trends and changing the workplace.

The rSBI program offers courses from more than 25 areas of study across all six Rutgers Business School academic areas, including auditing, forensic accounting, financial data analytics, fintech, digital marketing strategies, supply chain analytics, healthcare analytics as well as data mining and forecasting.

“The landscape of business is changing rapidly, and firms need leaders who are well

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If a Mount Rushmore-type monument is ever created for the audio industry, Cary Christie’s likeness will likely be sculpted into Hi-Fi Mountain. Indeed, the industry owes him a lot. His list of industry firsts includes: electrostatic speaker, an adjustable-length soundbar, servo-controlled subwoofer, affordable high-performance planar speaker, electromagnetic induction tweeter, speaker using neodymium magnet, Class D amplifier, and high-compliance tone arm for turntables. Yes — Christie had a hand in creating all those pieces of equipment that many integrators probably take for granted today.

A Navy brat growing up, Christie spent his high school years in Hawaii, mostly surfing and playing guitar occasionally. In the late 1960s, he moved to Southern California to attend UCLA and was working three jobs on the side.

“My goal was to be a high-paid beach bum. But I looked around and I couldn’t find any jobs that were listed under high- paying beach bum,” he

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Eric Harper “blames” his career on his parents.

“When I was 12 or 13 years old, I got a Radio Shack 160-in-1 Kit for Christmas. It had the little spring-loaded connections with a little jumper wires and a big book that told you how to make an AM radio. I still tell my parents today that I blame that gift for my career,” he jokes. “From that day on, most of the toys I played with were electronic. The next thing you know I had a Little Merlin and it really got me wondering what made stuff tick … what made it work.”

From there, the writing was on the wall. Harper was soon tearing apart and installing car stereos. That love of electronics led him to pursue an Electrical Engineering degree at Duke University.

“About halfway through my senior year at Duke I realized engineering was not really what

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has approved Purdue University’s new Master of Science in Graduate Studies degree. Purdue says this is the first degree to be conferred through the Graduate School on the West Lafayette campus. 

“Education is changing, and students want a powerful learning experience where they can draw from many different disciplines,” said Linda Mason, dean of the Graduate School. “With the new MS in Graduate Studies, students will be able to integrate several academic disciplines to become interdisciplinary thinkers and creative problem solvers in emerging fields.”

Associate Dean James Mohler says there was already “great interest” among West Lafayette faculty to build interdisciplinary degrees that are not housed in a single department.

“I am amazed by the number of units approaching us about this,” Mohler said. “The MS in Graduate Studies provides a vehicle for faculty to operate outside

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I’m so happy to have Michael F. Schein back on the show for a round-two. Michael was first on in episode #30, and as he has a new book debuting, The Hype Handbook, I wanted to have him back on and tell us about it.

Michael is the founder and president of MicroFame Media, a marketing agency that specializes in making idea-based companies famous in their fields. His client list includes eBay, Magento, The Medici Group, University of Pennsylvania, Gordon College, University of California – Irvine, United Methodist Publishing House, Ricoh, LinkedIn, and Citrix – just to name a few.

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Before that, Michael was the VP of Solution Development at The Results Companies, where he developed and launched the company’s first content marketing campaign. During his time there, the company’s revenue grew from less than $20M to over $100M.

His writing has appeared in Fortune, Forbes, Inc., Psychology Today, 

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If you’re looking to navigate the economic recession and job uncertainty caused by COVID-19, applying to business school could be a good option. 

By pursuing a business masters program in 2021, you can upskill, broaden your network, and gain valuable work experience before re-entering the jobs market. When the jobs market recovers, you’ll be in a better position than many of your peers.

Yet, due to the pandemic, applying to business school will be a little different next year, with video interviews, virtual admissions events, and changing admissions requirements. 

With this in mind, BusinessBecause spoke to admissions directors and representatives from some of Europe’s top business schools, who gave us their top business school application tips for 2021.


Top Business School Application Tips


1. Engage with target schools in advance

Amy Duckworth, Director of Admissions at Imperial College Business School

“My top tip for applying to business school in 2021

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