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Strategies in Italian Entrepreneurship


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Program Type Departmental
Program Location Rome, Italy
Course # SA 59000
Duration Spring Break
Upcoming Program Dates
To Be Announced
Past Dates
Spring Break 2014 03/15/14 to 03/22/14

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Program Leader

Name John Lewandowski
Emaillewandow@purdue.edu
Phone765 496 6922


Program Description

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This program is open to Krannert Graduate students only.

MARCH 16-22, 2014

Rome:  Strategies In Italian Entrepreneurship: LUISS Business School, in the framework of its MBA and International MBA programs, will offer to the Krannert Business School students a course on the specific topic of strategies in Italian Entrepreneurship. Topics covered during these classes will be the new Business Generation in Italy (and more generally, in Europe), a description of the Italian scenario concerning some of the main Italian industries such as the Creative Industry, Automotive, Energy, Aerospace and Tourism and a focus on managing business in Italy with a multicultural analysis. 

In addition to the classwork, students will be immersed in the Italian and Roman culture.  Organized tours of the city, surrounding area and the Vatican are included, as well as organized trips to museums and cultural sites throughout the city.  To complement the course work and the cultural aspects of the week, a company visit will be organized for students that focus on an Italian company that epitomizes the entrepreneurial focus of the course.

 Cost for this program is $1625 + $32 (insurance) for a total of $1657.  Tuition is billed for Spring 2014 semester and does not include airfare. 

 


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