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Essential HR upgrades are needed for workplace diversity, accountability - Sports Business Journal

Gallup shared that 50% of U.S. workers engaged in quiet quitting in 2022 — and certainly the sports world was no exception.

May 22, 2023Business News

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Stakeholders talk technology, infrastructure and collaboration at 2023 Florida Supply Chain Summit

The annual gathering attracted over 100 participants and brought together some of the state’s leading supply chain management experts, industry leaders, local and state government representatives, economic development agencies, and academics.

May 19, 2023Business News, Events

Phone screen with tipping options

Tipping Turmoil: Survey Finds Some Feel Pressured by Changed Expectations - 10 Boston

A new Lending Tree survey found that 60% of Americans say they’re now tipping more, thanks to the convenience of technology - but many also say they feel pressured by changing expectations

May 19, 2023Business News

Ferdian Jap runs two restaurants at Armature Works, Zukku Sushi and Astro Craft Ice Cream. He also has other restaurants in Lakeland and Wesley Chapel. (Melissa Eichman/Spectrum Bay News 9)

Bay area entrepreneur shares different cultures, flavors of Asia - Bay News 9

A Bay area entrepreneur is taking leadership to a whole new level.

May 15, 2023Business News, Entrepreneurship

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Student entrepreneurial team out HUSTLEs competition to win food vending kiosk sales contest

Student entrepreneurs on Team 11 won the top $75,000 prize in the inaugural HUSTLE competition — a contest where University of South Florida student teams went head-to-head running a kiosk food vendor business. The competition was a joint initiative between the USF Center for Entrepreneurship at the Muma College of Business and Chessler Holdings.

May 11, 2023Business News, Entrepreneurship

University of South Florida student Freeman Talla says he plans to use his education to help solve electricty problems in his home country of Cameroon. (File Photo)

USF student works to fix home country's electricity issues - Bay News 9

A University of South Florida graduate student plans to take what he learns in Florida back home to his native Cameroon, hoping to solve one of that country’s oldest problems.

May 9, 2023Business News, Entrepreneurship

As we see more and more digital checkout kiosks, expect to see more and more requests to tip.

Don't Feel Gratuity Guilt: Tips to Help You Know Who, How Much to Tip - NBC Connecticut

As we see more and more digital checkout kiosks, expect to see more and more requests to tip.

May 5, 2023Business News

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Students pitch health innovations at 10th annual Florida Blue Pitch Competition

More than 80 college students across Florida applied for a chance to pitch their health innovation idea in the annual competition hosted by the USF Center for Entrepreneurship at the Muma College of Business.

May 4, 2023Business News, Entrepreneurship

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Florida Supply Chain Summit set for May 15-17 to promote state’s global network

Conference speakers will tackle the complex issues facing Florida’s global connectivity network and look for ways to harness its growth. The summit will feature state and industry leaders from every mode of transportation — land, sea, air, and space.

April 5, 2023Business News

Gopi Patel (fourth from right) and her classmates from University of South Florida (USF) at a Tampa Bay Buccaneers game. Patel is pursuing a two-year dual-degree program at USF, where students earn both an M.B.A. with a concentration in sport business and M.S. in sport and entertainment management. (Photograph courtesy Gopi Patel)

Where Skills Meet Passion - SPAN Magazine

U.S. universities help students build interdisciplinary skills through specialized majors like object design and sports management.

April 1, 2023Business News

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Florida Blue Health Innovation Challenge applications now open for next $20K competition

The competition invites college students from across the state to pitch an innovative idea or disruptive technology that addresses a healthcare problem.

March 31, 2023Business News, Entrepreneurship

Michelle Harrolle, Janelle Wells USF; COURTESY OF JANELLE WELLS

ALL IN: Michelle Harrolle and Janelle Wells - Sports Business Journal

Students at USF’s Vinik Sport & Entertainment Management Program are fortunate to have Harrolle and Wells directing instruction, leading research and developing pathways into the sports business.

March 27, 2023Business News

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