By Jessica Pawlarczyk On Saturday, October 29, the Kellogg Black Management Association (BMA) will hold its 30th annual BMA Conference to discuss the power of diversity though the lens of business. This year’s theme, “The Blueprint: Designing the Foundation for our Tomorrow”, focuses on leveraging learnings from the past three decades to envision a blueprint… Continue reading
Do you need inspirations from and in-depth perspectives on China’s growth story?
Would you like to strengthen your network with elite business leaders in China?
You can take advantage of these opportunities and more at Kellogg’s Greater China Business Conference.
Kellogg’s Marketing Conference is by far one of the largest events at Kellogg. More than 500 attendees, hotshot panelists from companies like Google, SC Johnson, Kraft, Johnson & Johnson, Pepsico and Uber, incredible keynote speakers and the vibrancy of the student leadership team make this an exciting and informative event.
For the first time, this year’s marketing conference featured a creative session competition hosted by the Google Brand Studio. Six teams of four members competed to solve a marketing prompt delivered the day of the competition. We were excited to participate because of our interest in the rapidly evolving tech industry.
The Kellogg Black Management Association hosted its annual BMA Conference earlier this month. The event was titled “The Balancing Act,” and the day featured conversations with a collection of prominent Kellogg alumni and influential business leaders.
The event was highlighted by a morning conversation between Dean Sally Blount and Jim Reynolds ’82, founder, chairman and CEO of Loop Capital.
Rodney Williams ’90, Moët Hennessy SVP, delivered the keynote address at Kellogg’s 2014 Black Management Association Conference on Nov. 8, 2014. During his lecture, he explained five valuable lessons that he learned during his time as a student at Kellogg.