As part of the course curriculum, the Marketing Management students select an innovative business to focus on throughout the semester. As an introduction to Tralliance Corporation and .travel, Cespedes was invited to address the MBA students of Dr. Barry’s class earlier this week.
“I am pleased to participate in Dr. Barry’s program,” stated Cespedes, “Allowing others to learn from Tralliance and .travel will allow us to in turn learn from them. We anticipate great ideas and feedback from the .travel team at NOVA Southeastern University.”
Prior to Cespedes’ presentation, a select group of five students had been chosen to dedicate their studies to Tralliance and .travel. The goal of the semester for all students in Dr. Barry’s course is to construct a marketing plan through thorough analysis and present their findings to the class as well as the company’s executive team.
“Several corporate partners and Board and Council Members participate in our student marketing project,” commented Dr. James Barry, professor at Huizenga School of Business at NOVA Southeastern, “We are excited to have a hybrid company such as Tralliance on board this semester offering a unique mixture of technology and travel marketing knowledge.”
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About Tralliance Corporation Tralliance Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of theglobe.com (otcbb:tglo) that, as the .travel Registry, develops products and services to promote the efficiencies and convenience of e-commerce for travel and tourism companies on the Internet. Designed to serve the global travel and tourism community, the major aims of the .travel sponsored Top Level Domain (sTLD) are improved Internet identity, creation of advanced distribution channels, and the establishment of a strong trust factor between the industry and its customers. For more information visit, www.tralliance.travel, or www.travel.travel.
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