What I learned from Jeffrey Raider (WG ’10) about building his company

It was a rainy Friday afternoon and the last session for the day at the Wharton Graduate Retail Conference. I vividly remember thinking “Should I address building a business from a cultural and people standpoint? And if so, how do I make sure that the key takeaways are clear for entrepreneurs in the room?” Looking […]


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Living Like An Italian

Within my first couple of weeks in Milan, the frustration set in. Significant public transportation delays, late meetings, unannounced store closings and the fact that if you miss the opportunity to eat between 11am and 3 p.m. the whole country is basically a food desert until 6 p.m. when restaurants reopen. Other frustrations involved the […]

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Semester in Milan

This semester I decided to do something “different” – at least by Wharton standards. I decided to spend a semester away at SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan, Italy to focus on Luxury Business Management. I guess the bigger question is why? But I then respond by asking why not. I came to business […]

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It’s been a while…

I’ve basically gone through an entire year of business school without a single post – and for good reason. Over the last ten or so months, I experienced multiple shifts in my perception of the world. In addition to those shifts, I’ve experienced a lot of changes in my life that frankly put me in […]

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“Premium” Water

Water is one of the most precious resources on Earth and every living thing depends on it. Yet, for so many across the globe it’s either unavailable or unclean. In the US, particularly, there have been several instances of contaminated water supplies that have gone unnoticed or purposefully neglected. Majority of the areas where this […]

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Just Keep Going

I still can’t believe that Summer 16 is coming to an end and we are closing in on the final quarter of the year. Like, can I please atleast get a do-over for August (or all of 2016 for that matter).  Over the last week, I really started to get into a bit of a funk […]

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