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41 RSM students acted as government, industry and civil society representatives.
Pressure from younger generations will make businesses become more sustainable.
Marketing management students pitch winning idea for innovative marketing concept.
Prof. Steven Sweldens’ inaugural address: conscious and unconscious processes in consumer research.
Communications professionals can learn theory and practice in summer course in June 2018.
RSM student in ‘Leaders of tomorrow’: staying economically and socially relevant after automation.
The bachelor students worked on a case involving a customer loyalty programme for a retail company.
Almost 350 bachelor students spoke to companies, career coaches and alumni on campus.
New chair focuses on growing business by learning from consumers in a digital society.
RSM Executive Education’s customised programmes now #1 in the Netherlands.
Nominations sought for people who are a force for positive change.
Living Energy Conference generates new collaborations for the energy transition.
Report - international students in Rotterdam now pay more than cost of average rents in Amsterdam.
Recognition for programme that simultaneously prepares students for MSc and CMA.
Tailor-made maritime and logistics leadership development programme from EUR for DP World
Business ambition transformed into implementable strategy and planning.
Inspired students’ ideas will be used in real waste management and marketing strategies.
New chair focuses on consumers’ modes of processing information – and advertisements.
‘Captivating storyteller’ Stefano Tasselli named outstanding MBA professor by Poets&Quants.
More than 50 graduates received their MSc International Management/CEMS degree on campus.