Campbell Business holds MBA info and networking session in downtown Raleigh

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BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Campbell Business School held an informal information session for its Master of Business Administration program on Wednesday, May 17th in downtown Raleigh. The info session was held at Campbell Law School, the convenient downtown Raleigh location where MBA program classes take place.

Following the info session, prospective students were invited to join Campbell Business students, alums and faculty at a networking reception at nearby Taverna Agora. Alums ranged from 1991 to current students. More than 50 participants were in attendance.

“I love events like this because it helps to promote my business,” said Double Camel Nolan Perry, who earned an undergraduate degree in Trust & Wealth Management from Campbell Business in 2013 and a juris doctor from Campbell Law in 2016.

“It’s always great to get together with old friends and meet new people from Campbell,” said 2010 Trust & Wealth Management graduate Kate Anders.

Click here for more information on the Campbell Business MBA in downtown Raleigh, or contact MBA program director Somer Johnson.

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