August 19, 2016

Yoma Bank and the University of Southern California Provide Opportunities for Future Business

The Yoma Bank Team.
The Yoma Bank Team.

The University of Southern California (USC), Marshall School of Business and Yoma Bank held a seminar for 78 people at the Shangri-La hotel to provide insights about how business can increase their competitiveness by collaborating with universities on 17 October.
The International Business Education and Research MBA (IBEAR) is a top-ranked, one year, full-time MBA program for mid-career professionals that is taught in Los Angeles.  The Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) program, taught in Shanghai and Los Angeles, is a 20-month long, part-time MBA for mid-career professionals with over 10 years of work experience. USC Marshall is consistently ranked among the premier schools in the United States. The University has one of the most powerful alumni networks in Asia and America.
Professor Richard Drobnick, Director, IBEAR MBA Program & Assistant Dean and John Van Fleet, Executive Director, GEMBA Program, both from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business described how international corporations like Dentsu, Korean Airlines, and Tokio Marine Insurance strategically use MBA programs to develop global business leaders for their organizations.
Daw Sandra Min, Yoma Bank’s Head of Corporate Banking explained why Yoma Bank is a co-sponsor of the event. USC Marshall, together with Yoma Bank, an organization recognized as one of Myanmar’s most progressive financial institutions, is looking to further the growth and development of Myanmar’s future business leaders.


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