Department of Marketing and International Business News
Marketing is a crucial component of every organization. A major in marketing opens the door to career opportunities in a myriad of places: from advertising and retailing to market research and public relations. The Department of Marketing and International Business (MIB) provides a professional orientation to education with coursework emphasizing both the theory and practice of marketing or international business.
Current Marketing and International Business News
A collection of news stories highlighting remembrance, recovery, and progress at UNLV.
UNLV marketing expert Anjala Krishen examines how brands become icons, and the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on marketing to consumers.
Outstanding Faculty Award winner Anjala Krishen keeps students moving, acting as a mentor before and after graduation.
Lee Business School student chapter’s plan to help national newspaper market to Gen Z nets top prize at American Marketing Association competition; team also won first place in business simulation event.
Two-time UNLV alumnus Andrew Baca has done a little bit of everything in his career … except let setbacks stand in the way.
Experience Marketing class teams up with local small businesses to turn classroom learning into real plans.
Marketing and International Business In The News
Nevada is ranked 38th, with about 28 percent of the state fully vaccinated. The number with at least one shot is about 39 percent, but there have been problems getting people to get their second shot.
We’ve all been there. While waiting in line at the supermarket or drug store, the feeling strikes: I need a chocolate bar now. Within minutes, the purchase is made and the product is devoured.
Your allergies are running rampant, so you reach to grab a tissue. Though, you probably call it a Kleenex.
Nevada is quickly moving towards full vaccination. About a quarter of us have received one dose of the vaccine. Close to 14 percent are fully vaccinated.
Last year, Kim Nehls started banking with OneUnited Bank, the largest Black-owned bank in the US. For Nehls, a college professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, keeping her money at a Black-owned bank is just one way to fight systematic racism. That's true for many consumers who choose Black-owned banks — the decision is often influenced not by money, but by social impact.
The cheapest car companies in Nebraska are Farmers Mutual in Nebraska, IMT Insurance, and Auto Owners because they tend to offer premiums that are cheaper than the state average. Although Nebraska is one of the cheapest states for car insurance, drivers can still save hundreds of dollars per year just by comparing quotes.