How to calculate opportunity cost in Markstrat?

Why do we want to calculate the cost per product? We want to know how much do we lost by not producing enough. This will help your report to be more clear and concise with numbers and data. This will not be helpful until you have a period that the inventory equal zero. Step 1: […]

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Tips to win Markstrat

When I asked my friends what elective classes I should take to graduate, I got couple of answers for the laid-back type of classes, and one for a very intensive training class. In my opinion, senior classes are not supposed to be laid back, but insanely competitive to prep you enter to the real world. […]

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How to use LinkedIn to promote business?

Last post, I shared some tips to make an effective Facebook page. Do you have any questions? If not, Let’s move on to LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a professional social networking. There are about 2.6 million companies that own LinkedIn company pages. 87% of users trust information from LinkedIn, according to Anum from Inbound Marketing 2013. […]

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Tips to create “a buzz” Facebook post.

Most of the knowledge from this blog are from Inbound Marketing 2013 conference. The original slide names:” Social domination: How to conquer ‘the big 3′ social media networks from Anum Hussain. You can find her original slides by clicking on this link My purpose for this blog is to share with you the most effective […]

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Inbound vs. Outbound marketing

Every New Media Marketing students should know clearly what Inbound marketing and Outbound marketing is. However, to other business students, I am sure that there is still a blurred line about the definition of these two terms. Therefore, this blog’s goals are to clarify these two marketing terms and to give some suggestions to gain […]

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Study Abroader: Bosnia, Part II

Bill Clinton

Sarajevo killed my camera battery. The second leg of our Bosnia tour, through the Vlasic Mountains and towards the capital city, gave way to some of the most awe-inspiring landscape I have ever scene – enough to make living alone on a mountain seem like a totally justified life choice. But just when you’re snuggling […]

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Study Abroader: Bosnia, Part I

Neretva

Added a new stamp to the passport this weekend as we ventured outside of Croatia for the first time since arriving in Dubrovnik. Friday morning, the Study Abroad group and a few relatable additions boarded a bus to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia often has the reputation of a country still tender and torn from their fight […]

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SA: Naslov

Isus Boat

Like Russian, Ukrainian and Bulgarian, Croatian is a Slavic language. Compared to romantic Latin languages like Spanish, French or Italian, Slavic languages tend to sound harsh and heavy. You’ve faked a Slavic accent before… In Mother Russia there can only be not enough vodka …or something like that. Anyways, that’s the general dialect that much of […]

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Do You Know Jack?

Hello once again, everyone! It seems that I blog during the times that I should be busiest, but yesterday, I knocked out two of my four finals, so I’ve got a little bit of time to spare. Before I get too much further with this post, I want to pose the following question: Do you […]

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Tech Friday

Happy Friday everyone! I haven’t blogged in a while, so I spent some time perusing the internet today for some interesting stories to share with you. Today, the articles that sparked my interest were mostly technology related (Who would have guessed? That’s right, I go to RIT). So I’ll start off with something I thought […]

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