Students Study the Case for Digital Impact in Retail
Madrid and Barcelona campuses held an online case study challenge with the theme, Digital Impact in Retail. Students worked to develop a digital retail strategy for a retail store with two physical locations. See who won here.
Eduki Foundation “Take Action for Peace!” Competition
Geneva Business School donated 100 trees to the Eduki Foundation in Switzerland for its seventh annual competition. Find out which projects won!
Is Bitcoin the future of money?
Have you heard of Bitcoin? If you haven’t, I hate to break it to you but you may be one of the last people on the planet that hasn’t.
International Women’s Day 2020
On Sunday 8 March 2020, Geneva Business School and the United Nation’s International Women's Day will celebrate the equality of women worldwide. Read about three influential female leaders from our school.
Business Hunters sees Quoin take the top prize for 2020
Geneva Business School’s third Business Hunters event took place in Madrid at the end of January and was a roaring success. The annual competition sees teams of students showcase their entrepreneurial skills, from business planning to pitching ideas.
Top skills needed for 2020 may be surprising
Clearly, technology has evolved immensely. The jobs and skills needed for business success have also needed to evolve. | Geneva Business School
The Two Sides Of Tourism: The Positive And Negative Impacts On An Economy
Tourism can be a great revenue stream, and can boost positive impacts on an economy if a community is able to effectively manage it.
Global Business Blockchain Council appoints Geneva Business School professor as Swiss ambassador in 2020
On 20 December 2019, the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) announced new ambassadors for 2020, including Geneva Business School’s Fiorenzo Manganiello.
5 things successful people don’t waste their time on
While the key to success isn’t always clear-cut, patterns emerge when you start to consider what truly makes successful people. Cutting out social media, workplace drama, and self-pity are easy first steps toward a better work life.