The Power Breakfast is designed to inform, inspire and engage Seattle-area leaders on contemporary business issues. Tickets are $45.
New WSU research shows customers feel more accomplished when their progress is tracked in round numbers.
WSU Vancouver’s Beta Alpha Psi chapter took home two awards and $3,500 in prize money from the honor society’s annual competition Aug. 8-10 in Chicago.
An associate from the WSU Office of Commercialization in Pullman now holds regular office hours in Spokane to help scientists move their innovations to market.
The program launches this fall, pairing sophomores and juniors with PACCAR employees.
When people witness poor customer service, a manager’s intervention can help reduce hostility toward the company or brand, according to WSU research.
LTCC transfer students will have access to WSU’s Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Business Management program, offered online or through WSU courses at the LTCC campus.
“How we honor those in our past says a lot about how we will care for our student veterans in the future.”
As part of the Business Growth Mentor and Analysis program, student teams of four or five helped local businesses in the areas of growth, marketing and accounting.
The second annual Business in the Northwest report shows a positive business outlook is being fueled by advances in technology and growing opportunities in the marijuana industry and wine production.
Vern Jenkins, an international trade business advisor with the Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC), received the statewide business advising service’s top award—the State Star—at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Seattle District annual spring gala on May 8.
Molly Bartley credits her training in classical ballet for steering her toward a degree in management information systems at WSU Vancouver.
Carson College of Business honored its outstanding faculty, staff and graduate students during an annual awards event May 1 at WSU Pullman.
A pair of siblings at the Carson College of Business will create a new lasting memory when the two will walk across the stage at graduation to accept online MBA degrees together.
21‑year‑old Caitlyn Aune will receive a master’s degree in accounting on May 4. A year earlier, Aune earned an undergraduate accounting degree.
More than 30 student venture teams, representing nearly 150 students, presented their business ideas and competed for cash and in-kind prizes totaling more than $75,000.
Junior Dante Ludlow used what he’s learning at WSU to grow his side job selling vintage sports apparel and high‑end athletic shoes into a business grossing $70,000 a year.