“Do you know that all of us today share a common trait with effective leaders? We all believe in life-long learning.”
In today’s global economy, manufacturing can take place in the lowest cost location and even high-tech products are becoming commoditised.
Over 100 local business professionals and stakeholders joined the latest biannual Taste of Knowledge afternoon organised on 5 June 2014 by the Postgraduate Education department of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
Fifty researchers in Finance and Economics ranging from PhD candidates to full-professors gathered at Maastricht University for the second International PhD Colloquium on 23 May 2014.
Wenxin and Rachel, two third-year exchange students from Singapore Management University, visited the TEFAF art fair in Maastricht in March and shared their experience about the event with their friend, Ren.
In today’s global economy, manufacturing can take place in the lowest cost location and even high-tech products are becoming commoditised. Many traditional product firms are looking to move to a services business model that will provide them with a sustainable competitive advantage. But how should they make this transition?
This year, 42 pupils at Primary School St. Pieter achieved among the three best average Cito scores in the Netherlands. Recognising these children’s comparatively high cognitive capacity, their parents and the school director decided that it was time to implement a “plus programme” with Maastricht University experts.
The Service Science Factory (SSF), an initiative of Maastricht University, regularly organises Service Science Cafés to share project outcomes with a broader audience.
The 2014 Maastricht Business Days Committee Business professionals and recruiters – many of them SBE alumni – joined once again
Tuur Demeester, an expert speaker on the topic of Bitcoins and former writer for the financial newsletter Macrotrends, describes himself as