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Develop business leaders who think globally, act strategically and contribute to the societies within which they operate.
Develop business leaders who think globally, act strategically and contribute to the societies within which they operate.

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Check out our recap of the Future of Banking and Financial Services conference.
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We hosted two business plan competitions in January. Congratulations to the winning teams from Ivey and Queen's University!
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As Ahsan Syed, HBA ’15, says, if you’re interested in social development, the UN is the Holy Grail of places to be. Syed just had the opportunity to spend three weeks working with the UN – and he’s only 24.
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"If sustainability was easy, everyone would be doing it well. It’s not easy. It’s complex and it’s uncertain. In an effort to simplify, firms often think about sustainability as an ‘add on’ to what they’re already doing. This approach results in a vastly distorted picture of a firm’s long-term sustainability potential."

Work by Professor Tima Bansal and colleagues will help companies connect sustainability and innovation.
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This week, we welcomed 610 new students to Ivey. Take a look at the fun celebrations of Ivey O-Week!
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We're thrilled that the Richard Ivey Building has been recognized for another award: one of the top new buildings ranked by the International Architecture Awards!
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Sarah Landstreet, MBA '13 and founder of Georgette Packaging, proves that good things come to those who wait. And those who work.
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Our MSc students spend 10 weeks of the program doing an international practicum in either Nicaragua or India. Check it out!
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Former Enron CFO Andy Fastow spoke to HBA students via webcast about his involvement in the Enron scandal, what some refer to as the greatest fraud in corporate American history.
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