Doing Business in Japan successfully kicked off the Topics in International Business series presented by the College of Business at Lewis University on Oct. 31. The speaker series is organized in conjunction with International Education Month.
Doing Business in Japan featured a presentation by William Johnson, CFO of Cabot Microelectronics, Inc., a multinational firm based in Aurora, Ill. Johnson’s firm has had operations in Japan for a number of years.
Doing Business in Turkey was presented by Dr. Ibrahim Mescioglu, assistant professor of management information systems on Nov. 7.
Doing Business in Palestine was presented by Iyad Rock, business graduate student on Nov. 14.
An upcoming event for the series held in BE-167 of Benilde Hall at 3:30 p.m. includes:
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