Coles News: Jun 2021

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  • Kennesaw State's New Business Incubator Funds Six High-Tech Projects

    Six innovative technology startups formed by Kennesaw State students and alumni are now one step closer to thousands of dollars in funding, having cleared the first milestone in the University’s Igniting New Companies (INC) business incubator. Supported by the Mookerji Innovation Fund – a $120,000 gift to Kennesaw State from technology entrepreneurs Sid and Sophie Mookerji – the INC invites students and alumni from across the University to apply for funding and development assistance for their tech-based businesses.  –  June 29, 2021

  • Steven Phelan Named Director of Kennesaw State University's Leven School

    Phelan, who joins the Michael J. Coles College of Business in July as the new director of the Michael A. Leven School of Management, Entrepreneurship, and Hospitality, said he enjoys working with people like entrepreneurs who can turn their ideas into action.  –  June 22, 2021

  • The Best or the Most Popular? Choosing a Hotel Rewards Credit Card

    As travel rebounds and people feel comfortable staying in hotels once again, Kennesaw State faculty Melih Modanoglu discusses how travelers can get the most out of their hotel reward credit cards.  –  June 14, 2021

  • Coles College Graduate Books Gig as Georgia Symphony Orchestra Executive Director

    Taylor Rambo is a lifelong musician and performer. While he has always known his career would be in the arts, the Kennesaw State University Master of Business Administration graduate has discovered he prefers to work behind the scenes. Rambo, who earned his MBA from the Michael J. Coles College of Business in Spring 2021, recently was named executive director of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra.  –  June 03, 2021