International Business News
International Business students at Southern Miss often participate in collaborative efforts with various organizations.
In recent years, USM International Business students have performed projects in conjunction with:
- Sanderson Farms
- The Port of New Orleans
- The French American Chamber of Commerce, Gulf Coast Chapter
- The Port of Pascagoula
- Howard Industries
- Thermo Kool
- The Irwin Brown Company
- Haken Foods
- Staring Trailer
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International Business News Articles from Southern Miss
This two-day seminar held at the Gulf Park campus in Long Beach, MS helped Mississippi companies begin an export initiative, so as to gain increasing skills and innovativeness in their international sales.
International Business students developed export strategies for a local business: Staring Auto Salvage.
International Business students worked with designated “clients” to create new strategies for improving/expanding their export business.
International Business seniors attended a business luncheon that featured United Kingdom Ambassador to the United States Sir Nigel Sheinwald and toured the massive Port of New Orleans.
A year after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, students surveyed more than 400 consumers, gaining their perspectives not only on loyalty to Gulf Coast shrimp but also their acceptance of imported shrimp.
The challenge 26 international business students faced during the spring semester involved a capstone senior class project. In this project, the students were divided into teams and tasked to develop business solutions for local companies.
International Business Media News
Dr. John T. Lambert discusses a study regarding imported vs. Gulf shrimp.
"A team of University of Southern Mississippi business experts is once again researching whether customers are buying and eating Gulf Coast shrimp versus imported shrimp, in the wake of the Gulf oil disaster."
International Business students developed business solutions for local companies, including Sanderson Farms.