Princeton’s Business Today 46th International Conference

| May 28, 2020
Submitted by Meagan Keane for Student Experience - Academic and Career and Professional Development

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The International Conference takes place November 22 -24, 2020 on a virtual platform with a global pool of nearly 200 undergraduate attendees connecting from all over the world. There will be an opportunity for intimate interactions with C-Suite executives through live seminars, keynotes, recruitment booths, and panels. This conference is completely free for all attendees.

Among its feature events, the IC hosts the Impact Challenge, a premier seed-funding competition for social entrepreneurs offering the winner a month-long mentorship with top business executives and $15,000 in funding. Additionally, we host the Writing Competition, our annual business journalism contest. The top article will be published in our Online Journal and Annual Magazine, which reach over 200,000 students and executives in North America.

The deadline for the 1st round of applications is May 31st at 11:59 PM. Apply now for the conference, the Impact Challenge, and/or the Writing Competition!

Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions at info@ic20.org or visit the website for more details.

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