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.
MSIRE Program sets the path for real estate recovery and success. Amidst a faltering real estate market and its ultimate collapse in 2008, Jonathan Lay searched for new, stable opportunities. In South Florida, the market had softened and jobs were difficult to find. Already an FIU undergraduate alumnus, Lay enrolled in the Hollo School of […]
In both political and military battles there are casualties. During this election season, one of the most notable casualties is free trade. The bipartisan piling on –slamming NAFTA, TPP, WTO and single nations (mainly China, Mexico, and Japan) — is without precedent. As for proponents of free trade, their silence is deafening—fearful of retaliation by […]
Zoning matters: FIU brings the experts together to chart the course of cities. Brought together by Florida International University’s REAAC (Real Estate Alumni Affinity Council), local officials, attorneys, architects, realtors, brokers and others exchanged insights into resolving complex zoning issues at a half-day seminar on zoning on September 14, 20106. The seminar, presented to a […]
Building on its achievements as a top international business program, Florida International University’s (FIU) College of Business has been ranked fifth among the best undergraduate international programs in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 edition of Best Colleges. It is the highest ranking to date for FIU’s undergraduate international business program in U.S. News’ well-regarded […]
Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics Monica Chiarini Tremblay, department chair and associate professor, was recently elected president-elect of the Association of Information Systems’ SIG-Health, which supports health-IS research, education and career development. Department of Management & International Business Jerry Haar, professor, wrote an op-ed column entitled “Brain Drain: Fact? Fiction? Or A Little of […]