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Providing Value To The Customer Mulyadi Explains Why A Reward Offer From His Favorite Bakery’s App Illustrates the Power of Business Analytics

In a recent Letter to the Editor, “Using Business Analytics To Generate Value,” that appeared in the March 16 issue of The Winchester Star, Shenandoah University Professor of Accounting Martin Mulyadi, Ph.D., explains how a pastry reward from his favorite bakery app perfectly illustrates why business analytics helps organizations to generate value for their customers. […]

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Business Symposium 2023

School of Business To Host 13th Business Symposium, March 24 Symposium Offers Insights on Leadership In Challenging Times

Join Shenandoah University for its 13th Business Symposium, “Leadership in Challenging Times,” on Friday, March 24, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Halpin-Harrison Hall on the university’s main campus in Winchester, Virginia. The daylong event will feature futurist award-winning journalist, author, and future of work and technology expert Anya Kamenetz, and mental-health expert and […]

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Alumni Successes

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Shenandoah University Offers Low-Cost Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certificate, June 8 to Aug. 3 Entrepreneurs Of All Ages Are Welcome to Apply; Turn Your Business Ideas Into Action

The Shenandoah University Institute for Entrepreneurship will offer a low-cost Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certificate (ESBC) program for $99 from June 8, 2022, through Aug. 3, 2022. The program is non-credit bearing, so admission to Shenandoah University is not required. Partial scholarships may be available for those participants identifying as low-to-moderate income households. Using CO.STARTERS […]

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Paul Delmerico Class of '88

Alumnus, Paul Delmerico ‘88, Chairs 2013 Business Symposium

Paul Delmerico ‘88, partner and general manager of local SpecialMade Goods & Services, Inc. is a native of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. Finding his way south to Winchester, Delmerico became involved with Shenandoah first as a graduate student. After graduation, he wanted to remain a supporter of SU and became a member of the Business School […]

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