Executives from Jackson-Spalding and UPS are featured speakers at
the second National Student Enterprise Development Conference on Feb. 7-8.
Berry has 14 student-operated enterprises on campus that generated $432,000 in
gross revenue last fiscal year and provide meaningful work opportunities for
140 students. The purpose of this conference is to educate and inspire students
from across the nation to develop an entrepreneurial spirit and learn practical
business skills in order to prepare them for the future.
Paul Tanguay, UPS Director of Talent Acquisition, will speak on Friday, Feb. 7
and Glen Jackson, co-founder of Atlanta-based public relations firm
Jackson-Spalding, will speak Saturday, Feb. 8.
Jackson co-founded Jackson Spalding in 1995. He provides leadership
for the firm, many of its clients and also serves as a motivational speaker for
organizations looking for inspiration. He has special expertise in real estate,
professional services, crisis communications, marketing communications and
not-for-profit public relations.
has worked for 28 years in transportation with an 18 years of human resources
experience including workforce planning and recruitment, health & safety,
training & development and employee relations.
Industry leaders from Coca-Cola, Ford, UPS,
AT&T, Chick-fil-A, and other companies will also attend. The conference
includes insightful break-out sessions including strategic planning, risk
management, customer service, marketing, accounting/finance, and start-up
Register at http://berry-acad.informz.net/Berry-Acad/event.asp?eid=4817.