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Speakers and Upcoming Events
  • College of Business Etiquette Dinner
    Sponsored by Graphic Packaging
    Featuring Guest Speaker Beverly Thompson with Brooks Thompson Consulting
    Tuesday, March 27
    6-8 p.m.
    Davison Athletic Complex – Club Lounge
    Professional development is critical for students’ future success. Training in areas such as etiquette and professionalism are no longer just considered an advantage, but a requirement for today’s competitive job market. The College of Business Etiquette Dinner provides students an opportunity to learn and practice business etiquette and professional skill. Advanced registration is required. Admission for the event is $5, which includes a full-course meal.  Payment by cash or check (payable to Louisiana Tech University) is due by March 20 in COBB 102A to secure your reservation.  The $5 admission charge will be refunded back to you upon attendance at the event. The College of Business Etiquette Dinner is open to College of Business majors only. Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students are encouraged to attend. Business casual or business professional dress is required. Register quickly and secure your reservation because seating is limited to 100 students. To register, please click here or copy and paste the following URL in your browser:


    Executive Speaker Series: Inside the C-Suite
    The Executive Speaker Series brings top corporate leaders from a few of the nation’s most prominent companies to share their views on topics of societal, academic, and professional importance. The Executive Speaker Series strives to stimulate insightful conversation on current issues by providing a platform for high level executives to speak about cutting-edge issues, elaborate on trends, share wisdom, and provide important career inspiration and advice for our students. Many topics strike themes in core business subjects such as economic climate, ethics, corporate responsibility, leadership, globalization, strategic planning, entrepreneurship, technology, innovation, and diversity.


    Omnigo Software
    Bobby Robertson, CEO
    Thursday, April 12
    4-5 p.m.
    Davis Auditorium COBB 101
    Bobby Robertson is the Chief Executive Officer for Omnigo Software, and is responsible for its vision and strategic execution that included combining three similar companies over the course of 2017.  Omnigo Software provides Software as a Service (SaaS) to over 2000 customers that are at the front-lines of ensuring safer tomorrows world-wide. Before joining Omnigo, Mr. Robertson was the President and Chief Executive Officer of HEALTHCAREfirst, Inc., where he led the company to become a market leading Software as a Service (SaaS) platform in use by over 4000 post-acute healthcare providers, the recipient of the “Frost & Sullivan Healthcare Innovation Award for Emerging Technologies”, and inclusion on the “Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest Growing Companies” multiple years in a row.  Mr. Robertson is a graduate of the Louisiana Tech College of Business graduate earning a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. See attached for a full biography.


    Jack Riggs
    Tuesday, April 17
    4-5 p.m.
    Davis Auditorium COBB 101
    Throughout his 35 years of management and finance experience, Mr. Riggs has been involved with both public and private companies. He has played key management roles as a C level officer and Board of Director.  Mr. Riggs has been an integral part of IPO’s, M&A’s, Private Equity offerings and communications to Wall Street, private investors and the SEC. Mr. Riggs is a Manager of several investment entities focused on the acquisition and international distribution of OTR tires to the mining and dirt excavation industries. Mr. Riggs earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Louisiana Tech University. See attached for a full biography.


    College of Business Crawfish Boil and Cookout
    Friday, April 20
    11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
    College of Business Lawn
    The College of Business Crawfish Boil and Cookout is FREE to all College of Business students, staff, and faculty. Crawfish, jambalaya, hotdogs, and dessert will be provided. Crawfish boil t-shirts will be available for purchase at the beginning of the Spring quarter. Stay tuned for more information!


    TOP DOG New Venture Championship
    Friday, April 27 (schedule posted April 16)
    University Hall Auditorium 134
    The Center for Entrepreneurship and Information Technology holds the TOP DOG Idea Pitch and TOP DOG New Venture Championship events to encourage students to build innovative products and services that create value in the marketplace. In the fall, students pitch their product or service concepts during the Idea Pitch, which is the qualifier event for the New Venture Championship held each spring quarter. During the New Venture Championship, teams create business investor decks based on their ideas pitched in the fall. Business experts mentor teams and training sessions help TOP DOG teams build their pitches and investor decks. Join us on April 27 in University Hall to hear the final round teams present to judges and compete for cash prizes and 6 months office space in the Robert H. Rawle Enterprise Center.


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