Our curriculum is structured to give you a strong foundation in international business. Project work reinforces practical skills and the real-life application of classroom learning.
By applying classroom learning to actual business situations, you’ll gain a powerful education that demonstrates how business is conducted. Earn academic credit, gain professional skills, and get invaluable exposure to the world on an Action Project.
Action Projects let you “learn by doing.” During each year of your studies, you will participate in an Action Project which will utilize the theory and skills learned in the classroom. Action Projects will be as closely matched to your academic interests and studies as possible and are credit-bearing courses that count toward graduation. An invaluable way to see how business is conducted on an international scale, Hult’s Action Projects are like working towards a mini-MBA.
Ensuring that you can apply your knowledge is central to our pedagogical philosophy. Hult’s curriculum has been designed so that you gain exposure to the world outside of the classroom through Action Projects. Each year, starting in Year One through to Year Four, your projects will become progressively more involved. Year One and Year Two Action Projects take place in London. During Years Three and Four, you may pursue your Action Projects at one of Hult’s global campuses.
With the proliferation of non-traditional distribution channels as well as the expansion of Duracell products from batteries to a variety of personal power solutions, additional business models that incorporate a direct-to-consumer solution are emerging.
What are the best personal power direct-to-consumer business models for Duracell?
Director, Global Business Unit
Traditional products of Verizon suffer from the economic equivalent of the “Moore’s Law” problem. That is to say, prices -- of a long-distance call, a voice minute, a megabyte of data, or a specific connectivity product like a T1 line -- all decline exponentially over time.
How should Verizon Business leverage its position and assets to create or dominate one or more markets that can bring substantial new long-term revenue growth?
Chief Technology Officer
Mobile solutions and services (printing from your mobile device) is a rapidly growing niche in both developed and emerging markets. At the same time, it is a very crowded and rapidly changing space with new applications and new players emerging constantly.
What business opportunities exist in this space for Xerox?