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The average American sees over 50,000 ads in a day, a 150% increase from 30 years ago. In this growing landscape inundated with advertisements screaming 'Look here!' or 'Buy this!', it can be easy to be overloaded with information. In fact, many of these ostensibly memorable TV commercials are often overlooked, but could some of the most prominent ads have been...
"Growing up, my dad always told me—he was a entrepreneur—don't go into business, just be a professional." Apparently you shouldn't always listen to your parents. In a group discussion with the Jesuit Entrepreneurship Club, Mr. David Schnabel opened up to students about his path to success from a student who didn't know what he wanted to do, to an employee at Goldman Sachs, to...
It's been a big year for the Entrepreneurship Club. After last year's successful run with the belts, president and founder James Schroeder '15, vice president Matthew Favre '16, and the club's moderator Mrs. Dea Ochs have been hard at work, hoping to expand with more guest speakers, activities, and ideas. So far this year, the club has seen the...
Each belt tells a story about the person wearing it. Whether it's extravagant and colorful or muted and conservative, every belt has a bit of history behind it. On March 21, the Entrepreneurship Club released their own new line of Jesuit belts. Hoping to create a professional accessory that emphasizes a student's Jesuit pride, the club designed a stylish belt...
From a Jesuit freshman roaming the halls of  12345 Inwood Road to a hedge fund manager supervising billions of dollars, Michael Corasaniti has been through a lot since graduating in 1983. Despite his many business ventures, Jesuit's mark stays with him even today. Flying in from New York before a later flight to Tulane, Corasaniti spoke to the Entrepreneurship Club on...
Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, Sam Walton, Walt Disney, James Schroeder ‘15.  All of these people can be categorized as entrepreneurs, people who make use of available resources in an attempt to make a profit.  Schroeder created the Entrepreneurship Club at Jesuit earlier this year to give students an opportunity to experience business and economics, and since its inception it has taken...
Betty Crocker. Bisquick. Cheerios. Chex Mix. Fruit by the Foot. Go-Gurt. Green Giant. Häagen-Dazs. Hamburger Helper. Nesquik. Progresso. Toaster Strudel. Wheaties. Yoplait. These are just a handful of the 100+ brands that Mark Addicks supervises as the Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of General Mills. On Thursday, November 14, hoping to share the wisdom he had gained through...
Planning a family vacation can come with some difficulties. Finding perfectly priced plane tickets and booking a perfectly priced hotel room can be a pain. However, Mr. Gianni Marostica has the answer to solve these frustrating problems. On Wednesday, October 16, the Jesuit Entrepreneurship club was able to meet and speak to Mr. Gianni Marostica, Commercial Director at Google Travel,...

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