Friendship

 

Thank you for visiting the MIBA Alumni Chapter website!

This site is dedicated to the Nova Southeastern University Masters of International Business Administration (MIBA) Alumni and Students. We hope this site serves as a link between the MIBA community.

Whether you are an alumnus, a current student, or just thinking of joining the program, please take your time and explore the site. We have included features such as a calendar of events, articles, and photos for your enjoyment.

We hope you return often to check out our updates and more importantly that you decide to join us at our next event. There is strenght in numbers and that strenght is multiplied when those numbers are tied to friendship.

Sincerely,
Lenora, Amir, & Leslie
MIBA Alumni Chapter

Connect with us, we now have a presence on Facebook and LinkedIn to help you stay connected with friends both socially and professionally. Here you will get updates about our activities and you will also be able to interact directly with other MIBA Chapter members.
India
1 The word "no" has harsh implications in India. Evasive refusals are more common, and are considered more polite. Never directly refuse an invitation, just be vague and avoid a time commitment. "I'll try" is an acceptable refusal.

1 Morrison, Wayne et al. Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands. How to Do Business in Sixty Countries. Adams Media Corp. MA : 1994.

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