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Upcoming Events

Thursday Mar. 16
The supply chain has been one of the most studied and researched areas of business due to its criticality for the continuity of manufacturing and the flow of goods. The disruptions experienced globally within the last few years such as those labeled as the container crisis, the chip crisis, the Covid-19 pandemic crisis, etc. further…
Friday Mar. 24
Speaker Panel discission, see description for details As part of the Global Business Club series, the IBC/MSU-CIBER is partnering with the U.S. Commercial Service to hold a panel on the need for DEI in global supply chain management. This event will be moderated by Assistant Professor of Supply Chain at MSU, Simone Peinkofer, and panelists will…
Thursday Mar. 30
Description Globally responsible research is gaining critical attention for both scholars and practitioners across multiple disciplines. What are the paradoxes, challenges, and opportunities in conducting globally responsible research? How can multiple stakeholders address the polarizing demands of value creation, inclusion, and sustainability, in timely and timeless ways? This webinar will take a critical view of…
Friday Apr. 14
Online
For this webinar, we invited three international business/marketing scholars who have recently published important work related to global marketing in a digitally connected world. Our panelists will discuss their perspectives on the opportunities available for high-impact global marketing research in the digital context, as well as address contemporary conceptual and methodological best practices necessary for…
Thursday Apr. 27
Online
Description Spatial transaction costs — the cost of undertaking business and economic activities over geographic space — have been declining since the beginning of the industrial revolution mainly through technological advances. The ocean-going sailing ship, railroads, the telegraph, the telephone, and fax machines all caused spatial transactions costs to fall. However, with the advent of…
Thursday May. 25
Online
Storytelling can be defined as the “intra-play of dominant narratives … with ontological webs of lower level living stories that provide sense making currency for stakeholders” (Haley & Boje, 2014, p. 1116). Storytelling can be leveraged beyond marketing and communication. For example, storytelling is extremely powerful as a strategic management tool. Storytelling is also very…
Wednesday May. 31 - Jun. 2
Description Calling all IB educators aiming for excellence in teaching: If you teach international business and wish to learn from and be inspired by world-class master teachers and mentors, this is your opportunity to invest in your professional development. Meet us in Atlanta over 2.5 days for an intensive learning and networking event. In addition…
Tuesday Sep. 12
Online
If you are a Michigan medical device company currently selling into international markets or planning to grow your international customer base, we want to hear from you! Please join the MSU International Business Center, Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), and The Right Place for a discussion on the current state of exports in your industry. Through…
Thursday Sep. 14
Online
If you are a Michigan Aerospace/Defense business currently selling into international markets or planning to grow your international customer base, we want to hear from you! Please join the MSU International Business Center, Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), and Macomb County for a discussion on the current state of exports in your industry. Through participating you…
Thursday Sep. 21
Online
If you are a Michigan consumer goods business currently selling into international markets or planning to grow your international customer base, we want to hear from you! Please join the MSU International Business Center, Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), and the Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC) for a discussion on the current state of exports…