MBA Guest Speaker: Dr. Bruce Rosenthal, Director and Chair of the Department of Business and Entrepreneurship at Chatham University, on doing business in Japan, 8-9pm, March 3, 2013

RosenthalOur March guest speaker for the course MBA738 Global Business is Dr. Bruce Rosenthal, Director and Chair of the Department of Business and Entrepreneurship at Chatham University. Dr. Rosenthal has had a long and varied career – ranging from fine arts to international business; from working in major corporations on Wall Street to running his own business from a tiny village in Crete. Dr. Rosenthal speaks Japanese fluently and French and Greek amazingly badly. He has lived and worked abroad for close to twenty years – 12 in Japan and 8 in Europe and have done business with a variety of people on a variety of levels.

Although Dr. Rosenthal was invited to speak to MBA738 students, all Carlow members are welcome to join us in this virtual event.

Date: Sunday March 3, 2013

Time: 8-9pm (presentation + Q&A)

Location: WebEx presentation (instructions available after RSVP)

RSVP: Click here (You’ll need to ask Dr. Rosenthal a question; WebEx instructions available after RSVP)

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One Response to MBA Guest Speaker: Dr. Bruce Rosenthal, Director and Chair of the Department of Business and Entrepreneurship at Chatham University, on doing business in Japan, 8-9pm, March 3, 2013

  1. Jacque Foradori says:

    Bruce’s presentation gave me better sense of the business culture in Japan and more so about the business culture of Asia, in general. He was very knowledgeable about all aspects of Japan and I found his knowledge, intellect and his willingness to answer any question I threw his way refreshing and highly professional. The photos he included in his presentation were great talking points as well. This presentation has allowed me to view my investment project in a different light, especially when understanding a business culture that is different from that of U.S. business culture. ~Jacque

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