The Student Managed Investment Fund at the Terry College of Business hosted finance students from around the country for the ninth annual Stock Pitch Competition on Feb. 17.
Finance students from as far away as the University of Massachusetts, Princeton University and the University of Texas-Austin converged at the Terry College of Business for the ninth annual Stock Pitch Competition on Feb. 17.
Bitcoin Depot, the largest cryptocurrency ATM operator in the world and led by a Terry College graduate, placed first in the Bulldog 100 ranking of fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by University of Georgia alumni.
An MBA from the University of Georgia isn’t just valued by employers, it’s a world-class value for the money that is setting up graduates for career success, according to the Financial Times 2023 ranking of global MBA programs.
Fourteen student-led businesses competed for $10,000 at the UGA Entrepreneurship Program’s Venture Prize Competition sponsored by Floor & Décor on Feb. 16 at Studio 225.
Since launching her shipping-label business Thryft Ship in March 2021, Valeria Brenner has sold more than $560,000 in labels and helped 80,000 packages get to happy customers.
Danny Reagan (BBA ’22) grew up visiting Athens, Georgia. Through football games with family and conferences with student organizations, he fell in love with the campus and knew it was the best place for his future.
Marty Flanagan, president and CEO of Invesco, was on campus in the UGA Chapel on Feb. 13, for the Terry Leadership Speaker Series, hosted by the UGA Institute for Leadership Advancement and the Terry College of Business.
In 30 years of corporate management, you can learn a lot — if you’re open to it.
For Marty Flanagan, president and CEO of Invesco, leading a company is an exercise of curiosity and self-reflection, he told University of Georgia students gathered in the UGA Chapel on Feb. 13.
During her senior year of high school, Christel Vivor took a trip to the University of Georgia. It wasn’t at the top of her college list, but after receiving an informal tour from a Black UGA student, Christel knew she’d found the place where she could succeed academically, socially and professionally.
The University of Georgia Terry College of Business will host the 10th annual Southeastern Conference MBA Case Competition from March 30-April 1.
Is a sports car still a sports car if you can’t hear the engine “purr?” What if you can fit a car seat in the back? For Joe Lawrence, chief operating officer of Porsche Cars North America, the answer is always yes — if it’s a Porsche.
After Ticketmaster’s systems crashed last November after opening sales for a spring 2023 Taylor Swift tour, thousands of Swift’s fans demanded action from Congress.
The University of Georgia Terry College of Business extended its global accreditation with AACSB International for another five years. The Terry College holds the distinction of having been continuously accredited since 1926.
What does a sustainable business look like? In Costa Rica, it can take the form of an organic farm or ecotourism lodge — but there’s an equal chance it’s a medical device manufacturer or major financial firm.
For the fourth straight year, the Online Master of Business and Technology degree at the University of Georgia is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 5 online specialized master’s programs in business.
From finding the best people to launch retail trends to building the new data infrastructure, Terry Trailblazers help build more inclusive and productive workplaces in every industry.
Five professors were honored with Outstanding Faculty Awards in December for their contributions to the Terry College’s teaching, research, and public service missions.
Before she started booking acts there, Jordan Anderson (AB ’13) had never stepped inside the Troubadour in West Hollywood.
See Rock City! That invitation greeted generations of travelers across the Midwest and Southeast, splashed on billboards, and—most memorably—painted on the sides of barns as they headed South to visit family or enjoy a vacation.
While Georgia is known for large, export-focused industries such as poultry and timber, more than 87% of Georgia companies engaging in international trade are small or midsize manufacturers and service providers.
A selection of photos looking back at the Terry College of Business in 2022.
Jordann Barrow expected a Terry education would take her places. She didn’t necessarily think her business studies would land her aboard a trans-Pacific flight to Seoul, South Korea.
The Terry College of Business hosted the Georgia 2023 Economic Outlook at the Georgia Aquarium on Dec. 9, marking the 40th anniversary of the event. It was first prepared in 1983 to give Georgia’s leadership state-level insight into the economy.