Business Today Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Business Today's estimated revenue is currently $9.7M per year.
- Business Today's estimated revenue per employee is $186923
- Business Today has 52 Employees.
- Business Today grew their employee count by 30% last year.
- Business Today currently has 4 job openings.
|Yijia Liang||Vice President and Director of Corporate Contacts & Finance|
|Annie Klosowicz||Director of Student Outreach and Marketing, Designation Conference|
|Gail Williams||Sales & Marketing Director|
|Zein Dayekh||Assistant Director|
|Liza Milov||Director of the Seminar Series|
|David Major||Director of Seminars|
|Serena Ren||Director of Design|
What Is Business Today?
Also known as Foundation for Student Communication. Based in Princeton, NJ and run entirely by Princeton University undergraduates, Business Today aims to be the leading forum for student-executive interaction. Through its magazines, conferences, Seminar Series events, and Online Journal blog posts, BT hopes to create a platform for current and future business leaders to offer thought-provoking (and sometimes provocative) insights into the world around us. BT sees this dialogue as vital for the development of future leaders, and equally inspiring for the business leaders of today. BT aims to engage as many people as possible surrounding our cause by creating programs and content of the highest professional quality.keywords:Education
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
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|Appel Farm Arts...||N/A||41||-11%|
|Abilities of No...||N/A||43||-7%|
|The Gateway Fam...||N/A||65||2%|
|IEEE Standards ...||N/A||127||5%|
|Center For Fami...||N/A||439||7%|
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