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23FIFTN Launch Labs Company Spotlight

April 10, 2017 by | Argyros School News

Born at Chapman, 23FIFTN is an award winning, creative content studio, founded by Reed Matthews, Karam Gill, and Daniel Malikyar (pictured above). They work with clients to develop and produce content that helps brands establish a distinct visual identity to launch products, re-position in markets, and organically engage with their target audience. They offer two

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Beatshare – Share the Moment, Share the Music, Share the Beat Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship Launches Beatshare, Multimedia Messaging App

March 7, 2017 by | Argyros School News

While studying abroad on the train in Madrid, I wanted to share the amazing experiences I was having in Spain by sending snippets of music my friends and I normally listen to back in California; however I could not find an efficient way to do so. Returning to the states full of inspiration, I set out

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Chapman student and alumnus share Economic Forecast takeaways

December 21, 2016 by | Graduate & MBA

The A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research at Chapman University hosted the 39th Annual Economic Forecast on December 15, 2016 and released the forecasts for the United States, California, and Orange County. Approximately 1,000 Chapman students, alumni, and Orange County business and community leaders were in attendance at the conference in the University’s Musco

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New Veterans’ Club at Chapman

December 10, 2015 by | Students

It has been sometime since my last post at the University.  A lot has happened since then, including the creation of a Veterans’ Club at Chapman University. Although I am an Argyros School student, this club is open to all students, faculty, current and former students, and all Veterans that wish to connect with other

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A Deeper Understanding of the Word “Service”

June 15, 2015 by | Graduate & MBA

Finishing my first year as a graduate student of the Argyros School of Business & Economics, I have learned a lot, including a deeper understanding of the word “service.” This comes following my time serving in the Navy and following my first year of pursuing my MBA degree. While most of us believe “service” is