International Business and Markets News

  • Transforming a region
    Mustafa Deeb

    Kellogg-Recanati alumnus Mustafa Deeb ’12 helps Palestinian businesses reach overseas

  • Kellogg's global network grows
    Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA Program

    Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA Program launches

  • Honor and obligation
    Carlos Branger

    Restaurant entrepreneur Carlos Branger ’97 follows his parents’ example to improve his community

  • Chance encounter
    Andrew Youn '06 and Prof. Harry Kraemer '79

    A run-in at reunion leads to a collaboration fighting hunger

  • Team captain
    2013 McGowan Scholar Tyler Barrack

    Kellogg’s 2014 McGowan Fellow applies sports lessons to aid in Kenya

  • Balancing act
    Charag Krishnan ’14, Otmane El Manser ’14 and Richie Khandelwal ’14 took first place at the C. K. Prahalad Case Competition.

    Social responsibility and business logic give team top honors for birth kit plan

  • Ingredients for success
    Mondelēz International Chairman and CEO Irene Rosenfeld

    Mondelēz International's Irene Rosenfeld kicks off Kellogg's Brave Leader series talking snacks and emerging marketplaces

  • Of Felt, Feet and Families
    Susan Bell

    Susan Bell ’99 turned a pair of slippers into a profitable home business that helps keep Mongolian families together

  • MOSAIC Week
    MOSAIC - Celebrating Kellogg's Global Diversity

    MOSAIC - Celebrating Kellogg's Global Diversity

  • 2013 International Impact Investing Challenge
    International Impact Investing Challenge

    Kellogg team wins top prize in global competition

  • 2013 Siebel Scholars
    Kellogg's 2013 Siebel Scholars, left to right: Rushi Sheth, Shenqing (Robin) Tang, Laurie Gallien, Jeanne Gatto and Elliot Poindexter

    Five Kellogg students are honored for their leadership and academic excellence

  • ‘A life-changing experience’
    The new technology center in Soacha, Colombia will provide education and training to 50 to 60 children. The computers were donated by Kellogg EMBA students and their employers, and installed by Njideka Harry ’12 and several classmates in August.

    Njideka Harry ’12, founder of the Youth for Technology Foundation, teams with EMBA classmates to open a new ‘digital village’ in Latin America

  • Beyond coursework
    Kellogg Corps members work with small farmers in India to develop their value-added processing skills.

    A global corps of Kellogg students apply their skills to lift socially-minded organizations around the world

  • Meetings of the minds
    2012 Kellogg Africa Business Conference

    Kellogg’s wide-ranging business conferences expose students to insights from experts and alumni from around the world

  • The Kellogg Debates
    Students pose questions during the May 31 debate over whether social media will advance democracy in the Middle East

    Will social media build democracy in the Middle East? Faculty-student teams debate the question

  • 2012 Greater China Business Conference
    2012 Greater China Business Conference

    From cookies to computers, companies make headway by focusing on the needs of key consumers

  • ‘Opportunities take flight’
    Bharat Goenka, co-founder and managing director of Tally Solutions

    The 2012 Kellogg India Business Conference highlights the strategies Indian firms are using to promote innovation

  • Reunion 2012
    The more than 2,000 attendees at Reunion 2012 enjoyed a variety of activities

    More than 2,000 alumni gather to renew old ties and learn more about the future of Kellogg

  • Stepping up to the world arena
    2012 Latin America Business Conference

    The 2012 Latin America Business Conference highlights the growth of one of the world’s most dynamic regions

  • A vibrant MOSAIC
    MOSAIC Week 2012

    Kellogg students revel in the richness of their community during MOSAIC Week, an annual celebration of diversity

  • From talk to action
    2012 Kellogg Africa Business Conference

    The 2012 Kellogg Africa Business Conference encourages entrepreneurs to capitalize on the continent’s business possibilities

  • Growing global
    International Perspective

    Kellogg’s new short-term study-abroad program opens up international opportunities for Part-Time MBA students

  • Destination: India
    outside McKinsey

    Kellogg professors get an inside view of business in India on the faculty version of Global Initiatives in Management

  • The world is their classroom
    More than 100 international students will study at Kellogg this year through the MBA Exchange Program. Another 103 Kellogg students will travel abroad to study at partner institutions.

    Kellogg students seize the chance to study internationally through the MBA Exchange Program

  • The changing Middle East
    Joe Saddi

    ‘Turbulent times’ may spur region to achieve sustainable growth, Booz & Company global chairman Joe Saddi tells Kellogg students

  • Gaining global experience
    Six second-year Kellogg MBA fellows are spending 10 weeks this summer in India. The fellowships include both academic and experiential components: seminars with technology and development leaders, and internships at NGOs and social enterprises that apply technology to improve lives in India.

    Through a unique summer fellowship opportunity, Kellogg students help to advance technology and innovation in India

  • The Kellogg Debates
    At the May 23 debate, Shashwat Yadav ’11 (right) and Associate Professor Gad Allon took the position that international U.S. aid causes more harm than good. By the end of the debate, two-thirds of those in attendance agreed.

    Student-faculty teams face off over whether U.S. foreign aid is a hindrance or a help

  • 2011 Greater China Business Conference
    China Business Conference 2011

    Experts take a closer look at the strategies Chinese firms are using to expand beyond the Great Wall

  • 2011 Latin American Business Conference
    Latin America needs more entrepreneurs, said keynote speaker Alfredo Capote ’98, managing director of Goldman Sachs Mexico. He called on students to create jobs and serve as leaders in the region.

    The region offers rich returns, but social and economic inequities must be addressed, speakers say

  • MOSAIC Week 2011
    “It’s not just the connection that’s important — it’s the relevancy of the connection.” — Associate Marketing Professor Derek Rucker

    An interactive workshop on global advertising highlights the importance of connecting with consumers across borders

  • 'Leading change'
    President Álvaro Uribe

    Addressing the topic of leadership, former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe talks about lessons learned during his eight-year administration