Centers & Institutes

The Florida International University College of Business has six centers and institutes. Each center is dedicated to providing new knowledge and innovative advancements in its respective field, while assisting students, entrepreneurs and business owners and leaders.

FIU's College of Business and the Florida SBDC Network have joined forces to bring local companies a team of highly knowledgeable business consultants to offer confidential, no-cost advising to entrepreneurs and business owners looking to grow. We are ready to help you successfully navigate the obstacles that come with all stages of the business life cycle.

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The Pino Global Entrepreneurship Center fosters new technology firms, strengthens existing family-owned and managed firms, researches important issues, encourages new community enterprises to improve the economic vitality of South Florida and the Americas, and develops entrepreneurial leaders in all areas. The Center also provides entrepreneurs with the knowledge and contacts that enable them to reach their objectives through educational programs and networking events.

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The Ryder Center for Supply Chain Management was established with the goal of becoming a leading source for the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the science and practice of Supply Chain Management. With its multidisciplinary perspective, the center sees Supply Chain Management as the dynamic integration of enterprises, their suppliers and customers to determine, create, fulfill and communicate value in the global environment

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The Jerome Bain Real Estate Institute's goal is to provide premier, University-based real estate educational opportunities for industry constituents, support research focused on real estate transactions and market participants, and provide opportunities for student and industry interaction with the most up-to-date theories and best practices in real estate.

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The Lab is a 2,200 square-foot, state-of-the-art trading, research and teaching facility. Its purpose is to provide hands-on learning experiences for our students in professional software applications and tools using electronic sources of financial, marketing and investment data.  This facility provides data and information technology resources not only for finance courses, but also for a variety of disciplines, including accounting, marketing, decision sciences, international business and IT.

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