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The Ohio State University Brazil Gateway, the Fisher College of Business and the College of Engineering in partnership with Brazilian institutions, the National Confederation of Industry (CNI), Institute Euvaldo Lodi (IEL), SENAI-DN and SENAI CIMATEC, recently launched the Acceleration in Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing Program.  The initiative was announced at a CNI meeting on March 17 in São Paulo attended by the President of Brazil and over 50 chief executive officers of leading Brazilian companies.  

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Students in the Fisher College of Business received a special presentation on international business from Ohio State alumnus, Wilfried Aulbur, on February 16. Aulbur is a senior partner in the Mumbai office of Roland Berger, a global consultancy firm specializing in providing business solutions.

In addition to being a guest speaker in Fisher’s Introduction to International Business class, Aulbur met with Fisher leadership and attended a lunch session with students. Around 15 students attended the lunch hour to hear about Aulbur’s current role, work history and career highlights. They then had the opportunity to ask questions.

This visit was facilitated by the Fisher College of Business and India Gateway.

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