B-School Communications and Development Symposium

March 4 - 6, 2020 | Washington D.C., United States

B-School Communications and Development Symposium

March 4–6, 2020 | Washington D.C., USA

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The B-School Communications and Development Symposium is the perfect opportunity to energize and transform your institutional strategy and business school brand. It is the only event of its kind developed specifically for marketing and development professionals at business schools. Get an inside look at fresh ideas and best practices on branding, strategic communications, donor development, and alumni relations.

Now is the time to energize, modernize, and transform your institutional strategy for the new digital era. Whether you are looking for results-driven, dynamic ways to engage your audience or want to explore the latest trends and case studies shaping universities today, this symposium is the perfect opportunity for discovery.

Who Should Attend

Professionals in alumni relations, development, marketing, communications, alumni relations, external relations, and deans, associate and assistant deans, and faculty.

"The symposium was a fantastic experience all around from really specific, engaging presentations on high-level strategy to the opportunities to network at every turn. I learned so much from my marketing and development colleagues and brought back many new ideas, tips, tricks and tools to use."

Kimberlyn King, Marketing / Communications Manager, College of Business and Technology at East Tennessee State University

"The AACSB Business School Symposium is a fantastic opportunity to network with your peers, learn about successes other schools are having, and to develop new innovative approaches to solving programs. I highly recommend attending."

Jeffrey Rich, Chief Marketing Officer William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business.

Symposium Chair

Charles Skuba
Senior Associate Dean, Executive Custom Programs
McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University

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