Eugenio Pino and Family Global Entrepreneurship Center
The Eugenio Pino and Family 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.
FIU Business student Alan Tsoi ventured into the Panther Sales Tournament for the first time this semester. “I wanted to step out of my comfort zone,” said Tsoi, who graduates in December and majors in finance and marketing. “It’s an experience that gives me skills to sell myself to an employer and also a great […]
Nearly a month away from graduation, finance major David Gomez looks back at the challenges of paying for his own college education, primarily through student loans. When he started applying, Gomez knew little about budgeting money and much less about how loans and interest rates work. Financial planning was a foreign concept. Today, Gomez is […]
Over the course of a 40-year career, Carlos Migoya has faced numerous challenges. Many have opened new doors and opportunities. In 2011, when he became CEO of Jackson Health System, it had lost $419 million over the course of three years. He began a financial turnaround of Jackson, Miami-Dade County’s $2-billion-a-year public health system anchored […]
“Innovation – whether it’s high-tech, low-tech or no tech – is really sweeping the emerging markets,” said Jerry Haar, clinical professor in the Department of Management & International Business in the College of Business at Florida International University (FIU). In his newly-released book, Innovation in Emerging Markets, Haar and co-author Ricardo Ernst discuss the forces […]
Incredible results happen when those who have “made it” help those who are starting out. The employees at Kaufman Rossin, one of Florida’s largest independent accounting firms, and the firm itself pledged $100,000 to the School of Accounting and the College of Business at Florida International University (FIU). A 2008 campaign at the firm raised […]