Bentley students beat 14 other collegiate teams to win the Boston Beta showcase for startup companies. The winning team was formed by past and present students who founded Luvn' Local, a loyalty service provider that caters to local small businesses.
Bentley honors students are highlighted for conducting a semester-long research project whereby they analyzed Waltham's Main Street and offered the city strategies to enhance the downtown business climate.
After much research and analysis Bentley honors students are highlighted for presenting Waltham City Officials with implementable recommendations on how they could improve the business climate on Main Street.
A senior honors capstone course led by Professor Charlie Hadlock spent a semester researching and analyzing Waltham's Main Street and is highlighted for presenting well-organized and implementable recommendations to the city.
Bentley University is highlighted for its "Tech Apprentice" challenge, a spin on the NBC reality series, where students face challenges and the winner receives a paid internship with marketing company Allen & Gerritsen. Student Brian Shea and Ian Cross, Director of the Center for Marketing Technology, are quoted.
A team of Bentley University students, led by management Professor Mark Davis, is one of the winners of Price Chopper's annual college competition. The team proposed a new strategy for increasing checkout capacity during holidays and other periods.