Strategic Partners

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Education/Research Centers

The Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC) at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) is a hub for fostering discovery, cultivating new businesses and products, and trailblazing fresh ideas in technology, engineering, and applied science. By broadening partnerships among industry, the academic community, and professional organizations, ETIC seeks to make a difference in the critical areas of IT and cybersecurity, bioengineering and medical devices, and energy and green technologies. With 8,000 square feet of state-of-the-art labs and facilities, ETIC is dedicated to supporting our partner companies and offering them access to funding through our robust investor networks, helping our students become transformative leaders in the field, and spurring the NYC community to develop excitement about scientific advances.​

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Thunderbird School of Global Management - The only constant in the global marketplace is change.  Business leaders and those in the public sector face the ongoing challenge of how to keep up with transformation and how to cultivate talented people to drive success in their organizations.

For nearly 70 years, Thunderbird has been at the forefront of innovation, offering a unique and powerful educational experience that teaches business leaders how to manage in diverse social, economic and political environments.  Thunderbird gives you the tools to succeed with a broad portfolio of executive education programs designed to fit your comprehensive learning and development needs.

The Center for Transnational Law and Business (CTLB) promotes world-class policy analysis, research and educational opportunities in international business, law and policy. Businesses operating in the global marketplace are regulated by numerous and varied legal regimes in an increasingly complex patchwork of rules and practices. CTLB focuses on developing practical solutions for the critical problems and challenges that companies face in engaging in international trade and other cross-border business activities. The center facilitates expanded interdisciplinary collaboration, scholarly research and education, and brings together leading academics, practitioners and policymakers from across the country and the world.

The USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management exists to connect the world through Global Supply Chain Management with Network, Education, and Advanced Research (NEAR). Capitalizing upon its global network, industry experience and renowned faculty, USC Marshall is poised to become one of the top thought leaders in the realm of global supply chain maleader in cultivating top business talent, the Center fonagement. As an industry r Global Supply Chain Management will lead the effort to streamline efficiency and supply chain in our increasingly global economy. Our state of the art resource center will work with country-specific supply chain gateways to keep our member community updated with news, trends and critical changes in the industry.


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