34th Annual Black Business Students Association Conference
Leaving a Legacy: Setting the Stage for the Next 100 Years
October 23rd, 2015
In celebration of the centennial year of Columbia Business School, the Black Business Students Association is teaming with Google to host the 34th Annual BBSA Conference at the Google New York headquarters. BBSA is thrilled to partner with Google, a company synonymous with innovation, on this effort to drive conversation about the importance of innovation in the black community.
In addition to continuing the dialogue on the application of better, more efficient solutions to meet existing and unarticulated community needs, the conference will celebrate the accomplishments of Black alumni, Wall Street professionals, and community figures. Specifically, the goal of the conference is to inspire discussion on facilitating the application of innovation within the Black business communty and how to identify needs and trends, develop relevant competencies, and find financial support.
Reception to Follow
Including presentation of 2015 BBSA Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Honoring Durbin Mitchiner, '05 and Kesha Cash, '10
Presented by Zelon Crawford, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, Columbia Business School
6-8pm at STK Downtown (26 Little W 12th St)
Including hors d'oeuvres and open bar
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