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Experience Hult in New York City

March 5th

6:00pm to 9:00pm


At Hult, you'll learn through experience. That’s why we bring our Experience Hult events to cities around the world–so you can get a feel for what it’s like to be a Hult student. The Hult Enrollment team is excited to invite you to our Experience Hult Event in New York City on March 5th.


Network with alumni and fellow candidates and take a master class with Professor Ryan Raffety to really understand our practical approach to learning. These events are the next best thing to a campus visit–we really hope you can join us to get to know Hult better.


Please register if you will be joining us at our New York City Experience Hult event. Light appetizers and beverages will be provided.


6:00pm - 6:30pm: Registration

6:30pm - 6:45pm: Hult Presentation

6:45pm - 8:00pm: Master class and Q&A with Professor Raffety

8:00pm - 9:00pm: Networking reception



About the Professor:

Professor Ryan Raffety spent nearly 10 years in the IT consulting industry before returning to academe in 2006. His strategy courses have been recognized with undergraduate and graduate awards in teaching excellence, and his sustainability courses have been recognized with honorable mention by the Page Prize Committee at the University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business. Between 1997 and 2006, Raffety lived and worked abroad in Germany, Switzerland, England, Panama, Mexico, St. Kitts, and Canada as well as in several U.S. cities including New York, Dallas, Houston, and Miami.

About the master class:

Disruptive Innovation for a Sustainable Future:

For over 40 years, American society has mostly accepted Milton Freedman’s motto that the primary social responsibility of business is to pursue profits. The problem with this one-sided-view is that many times people with little voice, limited means, or no representation pay the hidden costs of production. Society at large pays in the form of environmental damage and resource scarcity. Laws and regulations lay down the guideposts for society’s expectations, but firms have a lot of leeway in determining the right course of action. For decades, they mostly chose profits over people.

This quandary fueled a prolonged philosophical debate regarding the questions: ‘To whom is the firm responsible’ and ‘What are the boundaries of this responsibility?’ This session will discuss how profit-motivates businesses, who partially created some of society's great challenges, are now leveraging technology and innovation to embrace their responsibility to society.


Questions? Please contact us at info.northam@hult.edu

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