David Robinson, retired MBA hall-of-famer and Co-Founder of Admiral Capital Group compare notes the state of private markets.
Why did you decide to get your MBA at CU Denver?
spent the first decade of my professional life as a small business
entrepreneur. In 2010, my wife was given an incredible opportunity to grow
within her company and lead a regional sales team in Denver, CO. Read more
Students in the CU Denver Accelerated MBA program certainly made the most use of their time in Europe this March by visiting 10 cities across three different countries.
By meeting with various executives across a wide spectrum of industries including investment banking, newspapers, and manufacturing facilities, students gained real-world international knowledge and connections. Read more
I am a recent graduate from the University of Colorado Denver 11-Month MBA program currently working at the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP). Although I was not an entrepreneurship student, I was able to connect to the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship through the Center’s Director, Dr. Madhavan “MP” Parthasarathy. MP taught the 11-Month MBA Program’s marketing course and played an active role in integrating the 11-Month MBA cohort into the Entrepreneurship Center. Read more
Despite the common goal of wanting to pursue a challenging academic experience, every student who enters the CU Denver Business School does so for different reasons. For some, it’s about making their mark in the business world as part of a Fortune 500 company. For others, it’s about using their skill set to give back. Jason Battista, an MBA alumnus, is a perfect example of the latter. Read more
In March, the Accelerated MBA cohort completed their International Business course abroad which included stops in Munich, Vienna, and Ljubljana. The course provides the opportunity for students to see how business is conducted in other parts of the world and create a platform to compare and contrast business cultures globally. This year students got to visit companies in a variety of industries and make stops in five countries. Read more
As current and future business leaders, it is incumbent upon us to recognize how our worldview is different from others and expand our perspectives through new and different experiences. The CU Denver Business School’s11-Month MBA cohort had the opportunity, as part of our degree, to travel to Europe to do just that. In February, about halfway through the program, we traveled for two weeks through parts of Germany, France, and Belgium. Read more
During the fall term, a team of 11-Month MBA students partnered with executives from Larimer Square to develop new business ideas for enhancing the amenities offered to the growing downtown workforce and population. Students were challenged to recommend cost-effective solutions for waste management from existing and prospective new businesses in downtown Denver, along with investigating the option of adding new amenities such as bike storage and facilities to the area. Read more