How would you suggest solidifying Delta Air Lines as the “carrier of choice for the next generation of travelers”? That was the question posed by the airline to Goizueta Business School Full-Time MBA students as part of its Delta Air Lines Mid-Semester Module International Travel Competition.
The creative, interactive competition is a way to consider company-student engagement while encouraging meaningful and mutually beneficial partnerships. MBA students at Goizueta Business School presented to Delta executives on various ideas to improve business travel, focused primarily on the Millennial traveler and international brand distinction.
Finalists were awarded free airfare on Delta for one of the school’s international study opportunities to countries such as Brazil, Singapore and Amsterdam.
2018 Delta Travel Diaries
- The UAE is a relatively young country established in the early 1970s. The country is home to large oil and natural gas reserves that are the heart of the economy. The nation is quite wealthy, and you can see that wealth all around you as you as explore the cities. The post Plunkett: UAE offers […]
- My Mid-Semester Module trip this year was to Copenhagen and Amsterdam with a focus on healthcare. The post Malenky: Exploring healthcare in Copenhagen, Amsterdam appeared first on Voice of Goizueta.
- Even before coming to Goizueta, I knew that the school placed a strong emphasis on global experiences and international business. The post Ortiz: Experiencing Silicon Valley, Singapore appeared first on Voice of Goizueta.
- My Mid-Semester Module trip to Israel and the United Arab Emirates can be summed up by the word “perspectives.” The post Bullock: All about perspectives in Israel, United Arab Emirates appeared first on Voice of Goizueta.
- Aside from knowing that my step-grandmother is from Brazil, I did not know much about the country prior to business school. When the international MSM options were announced in September, selecting Brazil as my MSM option was easy because I wanted to learn more about the country first-hand and had never been to South America […]