When buying local becomes less appealing


The University of Guam School of Business and Public Administration concluded its 11th annual International Conference on Business, Economics and Information Technology on March 10. I have been the lead organizer and conference chair for all 11 years, and the conference gets better every year.

In addition to increasing the international visibility of UOG and Guam; adding to UOG’s credibility by partnering with larger, more prestigious universities; and creating opportunities for UOG faculty and students to network, conduct research, present and get published in international academic journals, the conference is beneficial for . . .

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