Bankruptcy may not be the “kiss of death” for ShopKo says UW-Green Bay Prof. Jim Loebl, (Business Administration). See the story by KTWB.
As it has for years, UW-Green Bay is set to play a fundamental role in Saturday’s (Jan. 19, 2019) Brown County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. The University is a major sponsor for this awesome annual event, which runs from 10:30 a.m. to noon at NWTC’s Student Center. […]
“Marketing experts say department stores like Sears are fading out. Now some are being replaced by what’s called “fast fashion” stores. Experts say fast fashion is inexpensive clothing and it keeps up with the latest trends. It is mass produced quickly and is fueled by younger generations” “Millennials and Generation Z’s, I think they have […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Wenkai Zhou (Business Administration) was featured in a recent WalletHub piece about the most exclusive credit cards. You can read it here.
UW-Green Bay student Jennifer Nowicki (Business Administration) is featured on page 34 of the January 2019 print edition of Insight magazine discussing her tea expertise and business, Cultivate Taste. Nowicki recently won the Two Rivers Main Street pop-up shop contest with her Cultivate Taste tea store open in November and December in downtown Two Rivers […]
In a press release dated December 28, 2018, Northcentral Technical College (Wausau) and UW-Green Bay announced two transfer agreements leading to a four-year degree in Business Administration. The agreements give students the opportunity to earn an associate degree at NTC in business management or leadership development and then seamlessly transfer their credits to UW-Green Bay […]
UW-Green Bay Lecturer Matt Geimer, J.D. (Business Law) had an article published in the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Elder Law & Special Needs Journal of Wisconsin and in its InsideTrack newsletter regarding autonomous vehicles for the elderly and individuals with disabilities. “Autonomous vehicles could be transformative in meeting the mobility needs of the elderly and […]
With roots planted deep in Northeast Wisconsin and visions of “branch” expansion, recent Business Administration graduate and Christmas tree grower Skyla Aissen has her work gloves on and is ready for the future. Her Grandma Lean imparted this piece of wisdom on Skyla long ago, “24 hours is a lot of time in a day […]
“The dictionary describes the word fervid as being intensely enthusiastic or passionate, especially to an excessive degree. That is exactly the meaning that Renee DeGrand (Business Administration) of Green Bay wanted to convey by naming the business she is developing Fervid Life. DeGrand, a UW-Green Bay senior, recently took first place in the 2018 Northeast Wisconsin Business Plan Contest. She […]
Lecturer Ryan Kauth (Business Administration) was recently featured as an expert in a WalletHub article on business credit cards. “It is a small business owner’s job to always be raising capital. As part of this duty, you want to make sure you protect your personal credit,” he says. Read more.