Students are coming out in droves to the ticketing business student forums.
Business student forum (BSF) will be the new home of the forum, which will allow students to ask questions and submit comments about the event and the events they attend.
It will feature student and alumni members, and will also include an open discussion with the Business Student Leadership Council (BSLC).
“It is an incredible honor to be hosting the BSF for the first time, and it is a great opportunity to introduce our new forum to our community,” said BSB President Josh Gantt.
“The forum is a powerful tool for our community to connect and engage with the businesses that are the foundation of the campus.”BSB is a community-based student-run forum that aims to bring students together to discuss topics related to their business interests, business opportunities, and the community.
The forum will be located at the Business Students Union (BSU) located at 611 South Washington Ave.
in New York City.
The event is free and open to all students.
“The BSB is the perfect place to engage with fellow students, alumni, and business leaders,” said Gantts vice president, marketing and communications.
“BSB has hosted more than 60 business forums, so we are confident that this forum will serve as an ideal venue for engaging with our students and community.”
In addition to the BSB, BSB will also host a monthly meet-and-greet at the Union, which is scheduled to be held at 7 p.m. on May 1.
The meeting will be open to the public and will feature local business owners, students, and alumni who will give a presentation about their businesses and how they operate.
The BSU is hosting the meet-in-person for students, staff and alumni.
For more information on the BSU, visit www.bsub.org.
Follow this link to sign up for a BSB ticket:Business student forums can be found at several universities in the United States, including Ohio State, University of California, Irvine, University at Buffalo, University Health System, University Of California, Davis, UC Riverside, University Park, University Interscholastic Association (UIA), and University of Pennsylvania.
The BSB hosts a meeting of business leaders, alumni and student leaders each month.