CSUF Consulting Teams Profiled in OC Register

The OC Register recently published an article about our excellent CSUF Consulting teams! Here’s an excerpt:

CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship Director John Bradley Jackson’s marketing consulting team took third place in the Undergraduate Specialized portion of the competition. That team conducted an intensive review of its client’s current marketing efforts and created a strategic plan on how to achieve the goals as set out by the client. The team consisted of Stacy Goldstein, Emma Osman, Johnathon Veta, Andrew Goclowski, Tristan Schmitt and Jenny Frolova. Curtis Chan, founder of Chan & Associates and Cognitive Impact, was their mentor.

“Collaboration was the key to this project. Our client was the Fullerton College Foundation and they were open to the students working with them to develop an in-depth marketing strategy plan for them to increase the volume of donations coming in. On our end, the team worked very hard and I am proud of their report and the fact that they did so well in the competition,” Jackson said.

Including these two teams, the CSUF Consulting program has finished in the Top 10 of the SBI national competition 31 times.

Congratulations again to Dr. Lorenzo Bizzi’s and Center for Entrepreneurship Director John Bradley Jackson’s CSUF Consulting teams for doing such tremendous work!


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