Business @ UBC
Business school often gets some criticism - if you want to be an entrepreneur, learn technical skills and pick up the business side on the job, goes the advice. I know this because I've been told it by parents, buddies and even some professors here at Sauder. But there's much more to business school than most people realize.
In this article I'm going to bust a few myths about starting a business, and hopefully convince you to get moving.
The concept of marketing (as we know it) first emerged in the 18th century with the rise of the Industrial Revolution. We explore the topic in this light.
Canada is a big destination for immigrants from around the world. In this article, we speculate on some of the reasons why British students find it so attractive.
Covid has forced many industries to find innovate solutions in order to remain financially viable.
Using Powerpoint effectively is a crucial part of any business endeavor.
With shops being shut, companies had to become reliant on courier services to ship out their goods.
One of our undergraduate members shares an article about making your business website faster, and why it matters.
With vaccination rates up and cities starting to return to a more normal state of affairs, many Canadians are celebrating their new freedoms by taking stock (...)
Video games and board games can be a great way to relax and unwind, but they can be more than that, we look at them through the lens of potential professional development tools.
Let's go over four specific examples of student-run businesses that you can start while in college.
We look at five different ways that you can use Google AdWords to grow your business.
Let's dive into this focused, niche online business; organic yak dog chew treats
We examine the age old question in tech: in-house, or outsourced?