New York, NY, October 12, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Business Today’s annual International Conference is a three-day event that builds relationships between corporate executives and exemplary undergraduates and stimulates both policy-oriented and entrepreneurial ideas through a series of panels, seminars, and keynote speeches. The Conference also uniquely includes a Harvard Business School case study competition. The event will take place Sunday, November 20, 2011 through Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at the Grand Hyatt New York located at 109 East 42nd Street at Grand Central Terminal in New York, NY.
Business Today’s corporate sponsors return year after year to interact with students who will become the leaders of tomorrow. The expenses of each student participant are fully covered by their contributions, ensuring that the need-blind application process brings the best and brightest talent possible, regardless of socio-economic status.
This year’s International Conference, titled “Pieces of the Puzzle: Putting Together the Global Economy,” will take a look at the current global economic climate in the wake of the recession. The event will feature five Keynote Addresses by executives from American Airlines, GFI Group, NBCUniversal and Universal Studios, Liquidnet, and Teach For America. In addition, there will be two panels and over 45 executive seminars.
About Business Today: Business Today is a national, nonprofit organization run solely by Princeton University undergraduates and funded entirely by corporate generosity. Founded in 1968 by Steve Forbes, Business Today aims to be the leading forum for student-executive interaction and boasts the most widely distributed student-run publication in the United States. Additionally, it organizes the most selective, student-run conference in the world; a series of seminars bringing top executives to Princeton’s campus; and an online journal that expands outreach to the international community.
Founded in 1968 by three Princeton University undergraduate students including Steve Forbes, Business Today bridges the gap between students and business leaders across the globe. The mission of Business Today is fulfilled through the organization’s four programs: the Magazine, the International and Regional Conferences, the Seminar Series, and the Online Journal. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation, Business Today has published over 100 magazines and has held over 50 conferences.
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