We began our business week in Seattle with one of the most famous companies in the world, the one that allows us to write you these lines and that probably also allows you to read them, Microsoft.
On Thursday, February 16th, we had the opportunity to visit the headquarters of the company Geocaching located in the northwest suburb of Seattle. We were first given a tour to observe the workplace atmosphere, learn how the departments are organized and see how the company functions. Then, various employees (including one of the company’s founders Bryan Roth!) introduced us to their company. Continue reading
The class specializing in finance at Pace University in New York City had the privilege to visit prestigious companies in New York as well as welcoming guest speakers on the program at the university. This was a wonderful chance for us in terms of seizing networking, internship and job opportunities. Continue reading
As we are tired of seeing you frown and tell us: « The Transco project? Never heard of it! ». Therefore, we have decided to present you this amazing but yet not so well-known project.
What is the Business Week?
We are a team of ten students in charge of organizing a Business Week for every Transcontinental Track (Cambridge, Beijing, Vancouver and New York). Obviously, you may wonder what this Business Week really is about? Continue reading
NYC restaurants’ notation: what you should know!
You might or might not yet have seen in the restaurant front letters such as « A », « B » or « C ». It is not simply letters they do give information on the cleanliness and health of the restaurant. This notation system has been set up because, every year, 10 000 persons were intoxicated and thousands hospitalized. Continue reading