Marketing study at UNO prepares students to become leaders in business organizations that depend on individuals to strategically advance the organization's reputation and brand. Marketing is responsible for attracting and keeping satisfied customers by ensuring the organization’s products and services provide the benefits customers seek for costs they are willing and able to pay.
For students interested in starting, owning, and/or operating a business venture as well as students interested in serving entrepreneurial ventures as consultants, bankers, accountants, and marketing professionals, the entrepreneurship study is the way to go. It has a practical emphasis designed to assist students in developing and operating their new and/or small ventures.
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An evening of fun, food, and philanthropy to celebrate and support young entrepreneurs, students, startups, and programs that change lives and strengthen our community. We will award entrepreneurs in five different categories during the evening.
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The professional selling program prepares students to communicate with business leaders through role-playing, partnerships with businesses, and networking events. All interested marketing majors are invited to participate in our Pitch Yourself event this spring. Tell us why you would be a great hire in 60-90 seconds and you could win part of $1,000 in prize money—plus free lunch!
Interested in studying abroad? UNO offers students the opportunity to enroll in UNO courses that include a study abroad component. Undergraduate and graduate students can participate in programs such as Business and Social Action in India and Doing Business in China, with travel over spring break.
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