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Experience Hult in Oslo
Thu, April 7, 2016, 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM CEST
Hult is offering a master class in Oslo on Thursday, April 7 and bringing Professor Larry Louie from the San Francisco Campus to talk about start-ups.
Throughout the evening you will have the opportunity to network with Hult staff, alumni, and your future Hult classmates. Get a real taste of life in the classroom with a master class from Professor Larry Louie. Our recruitment teams will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have about our postgraduate programs.About the class:
Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard (Guy Kawasaki, Silicon Valley Entrepreneur)
Professor Larry Louie will lead an interactive class to illustrate the "life or death" nature of start-ups, so students may experience the excitement and challenges of entrepreneurship. As a founding CFO of Alibris, Larry helped transform the start-up into a highly successful online retailer. During this Hult class simulation, you will have an opportunity to explore the case of Alibris, delve into details of two crucial decisions, and work in teams to provide your recommendations to management.
About the Professor:
Larry Louie, Global Professor – Finance, Accounting and Entrepreneurship
Larry brings over 25 years of business experience to his students at Hult. He was the founding CFO of Alibris, which he helped grow into a successful online retailer. Prior to his work with startups, Larry worked with Bain and Company and KPMG. Larry graduated from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the University of California at Berkeley. He started teaching in 2001 at the University of San Francisco, where he co-led the Entrepreneurship Program and was recognized for his teaching and student advocacy. He joined Hult in 2010, served as associate dean and dean, and is now a Global Professor. A native of San Francisco’s Chinatown, Larry reportedly knows more dim sum restaurants than any other university dean in the Bay Area.
18:30 - Registration
19:00 - Master class "Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard"
20:30 - Networking reception