The Associate: Week Two

Two cases down, three more to go, as well as an interview. This is the path that follows until the end of the competition for the remaining six candidates participating on The Associate. This past week both teams were presented with a case from Target Corporation. The objective for the case was: How can TargetContinue reading “The Associate: Week Two”

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The Associate: Week One

There’s a saying “all good things must come to an end.” It seems like this phrase was the case for Team R.O.S.E. after a week of The Associate competition taking place. Team R.O.S.E. (Revealing Opportunities with Strategic Excellence) was comprised of Demontray Hawkins, myself, Mark Preston, and Justina Whyte. We all worked together from lastContinue reading “The Associate: Week One”

The Associate: Towson University’s version of The Apprentice

The Associate is an annual competition that takes place within the College of Business and Economics at Towson University every spring semester. The competition entering its sixth season is a spin-off of The Apprentice, the well known show that Donald Trump created back in 2004. His show brings in contestants from around the world toContinue reading “The Associate: Towson University’s version of The Apprentice”

Constructing Your Own Online Brand

When most people are asked to think of a brand they think of the larger companies such as Apple, Coach, Honda, or others that come to mind. It is not as common for individuals to think of themselves as a brand. With an endless amount of free resources available online it is time for individualsContinue reading “Constructing Your Own Online Brand”

Documentation — Just Do It

Nike has a marketing slogan, “Just Do It.” I believe that this applies to everyday life as well. As I recently completed the BUSX 460 Professional Experience course within the College of Business and Economics at Towson University I walked away with a valuable takeaway. This course taught me the importance of saving files andContinue reading “Documentation — Just Do It”