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BAJ Accelerator is a New York based exclusive accelerator. Baltic-Armenian-Jacobs (BAJ) Accelerator was made possible by the collaboration and partnership of three organizations: Baltic American Chamber of Commerce, Orion Worldwide Innovations LLC and Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech. Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute is established jointly by Cornell University and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
BAJ Accelerator enables startups to focus on what matters to customers and how to build business models to grow their businesses, connects founders to influential dealmakers and investors. Exposure to East Coast business and tech network, top leaders and business es, Cornell Tech network, Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute startups coaching proven methodology – makes BAJ Accelerator a unique growth and funding opportunity.
The Firing Range name of the BAJ Accelerator comes from the cornerstone differentiator of the program: offering multiple tangible engagements with upscale investors from the U.S. and other countries.
BAJ Accelerator third cohort for September 20-25,2020 6-Day program is open for founders from the Baltics, Armenia, the U.S. and the rest of the world. The program includes targeted coaching, real-time customer interviews, training and full day sessions with aggressive portfolio investors.
Check the application starting March 22, 2020 at BACC website
Emma Arakelyan is a Featured Speakers at Columbia Business School Executive Program and she will deliver her next speech on Business Digitization.
She will be instructing students on how plan for 10x growth, best to automate their Sales & Marketing process and align it to their overall business strategy.
About Columbia Community Business Program (CCBP)
CCBP is an executive education program for small business owners aligned with the core curriculum of the MBA program at Columbia Business School. Participants will receive one-on-one business counseling, entrepreneurial education, and professionally facilitated peer learning. The program helps established business owners focus on their goals, maximize their time, increase revenues, build the right team, and make a big leap forward.
The program year is divided into four semesters and aligns with the core curriculum of the MBA program at Columbia Business School. Summers offer CEOs and their next-level managers the option of attending skills trainings designed to build on the educational modules of the previous semester. An important element of the second-year curriculum is intensive training on the procurement process.
The program consists of three hour instructor led classes on specified topics offered weekly or on alternate weeks. After completion of each module, students work together in small groups in order to develop business goals incorporating their studies. Once a semester, students meet with instructors one on one to review goals.
CCBP participants also have access to the broadly-offered resources of the Columbia University-Harlem Small Business Development Center and select Business School offerings during the program and beyond. At the conclusion of the program, students will have completed an operations manual, a human resources manual and a case study. Upon graduation, CCBP alumni receive a certificate of completion and credits towards the Certificate in Business Excellence conferred by Columbia Business School. After graduation, CCBP alumni can continue to work closely with CH-SBDC counselors and participate in Columbia University entrepreneurship events.
Emma Arakelyan is invited to speak at EY Long Island’s Professional Women’s Network (PWN) Event on January 14, 2021.
The event is sponsored by EY Long Island PWN and all women from all service lines are invited.
Emma will cover key messages from her book “The Business Caring Formula” about building leadership lifestyle using seven key ingredients of the caring formula (visit www.emmaarakelyan.com for details).
The is Emma’s second speech at EY about leadership and building strong women leaders in the firm.
Emma Arakelyan representing her brand, leadership methodology as a speaker and also representing her company Open Mind Productions, LLC as the organizer along with IAB (International Academy of Business), the founder Araksia Martirossian. IAB was the founder of MLF program.
The purpose of the 3rd Annual Management and Leadership Forum is initiated to bring together over 300 professionals, honorable international and local speakers and workshop leaders. The mission of the 3rd Annual Management and Leadership Forum is to foster a dialogue between Public and Private Sectors by building a learning and networking platform for decision makers from government, business and the civil society.
The aim of the 3rd Annual Management and Leadership Forum in Armenia is to increase the awareness of the value of management and leadership within the private and public sector. Furthermore, it is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in management and leadership. The forum promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Management and Leadership disciplines.
The expected outcome of the forum will be a great learning platform to share knowledge and professional experience, to enhance understanding in management and leadership, serve for continuous professional development, as well as to learn from and network with attendees from a diverse range of career stages and specialties.