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NYU Offers Unique Course with Dr. Michael Cunningham

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

New York, July 10, 2008 -- Beginning July 14, renowned entrepreneur, professor, and author Dr. Michael Cunningham will lead a select group of students through a dynamic study of entrepreneurial thinking and how it applies to successful ventures and alliances in the graphic communications industry. Topics include conception, start-up, growth stage, managing resources, and long-range planning of new and renewing organizations.

“Entrepreneurial Thinking: The Art of Creating and Implementing Successful Business Strategies” is an intensive 3½ week program offered by NYU's School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS). It represents an excellent opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs to gain perspective, insight, and real-world know-how from one of the industry's most accomplished figures, as well as a chance to experience all that NYU-SCPS—and New York City—has to offer this summer.

Dr. Michael Cunningham, currently the CEO of Diversified Global Graphics Group (DG3), founded, built, and ultimately sold a multinational NASDAQ-listed corporation. He has received numerous awards including Ernst and Young's Entrepreneur of the Year and the British American Chamber of Commerce Trans Atlantic Entrepreneurial Award, and is the co-author of The Three Forces of Empowerment, A Guide to Career Growth.
     
For more information about either the Entrepreneurial Thinking Seminar or the master's program,
please contact:

Bonnie Blake
Academic Program Director
M.A. in Graphic Communications Management and Technology
bonnie.blake@nyu.edu
1-212-992-3222

 

 

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