Consulting programs in Eastern Europe

Interested in exploring business opportunities in Eastern Europe? Rollins Professor Serge Matulich is taking MBA students and business executives to Bulgaria for two weeks in May 1997. This will be the fourth such trip. Participants are divided into teams of two to four consultants who provide voluntary consulting services to one or more Bulgarian businesses. Cultural events include visits to roman ruins, ancient towns, churches, and museums. Interact closely with top level executives and experience the way they live. Bulgaria is the vacation land of the former Soviet bloc, offering incredible natural beauty, friendly people, and low prices. Cost of the next trip is still to be established but should be less than $2,000, including air travel, housing, local transportation, and cultural events. Students enrolled in MBA programs may receive 3 hours academic credit.

Professor Matulich is the Rollins College Sam Walton SIFE Fellow, having established a prize-winning SIFE team in 1995. SIFE (Students In Free Enterprise) was established as a partnership between higher education and business, and is funded by major corporations. SIFE teams of college students teach others to understand market economies and business operations through educational programs and entrepreneurial projects, while gaining business experience prior to starting their careers. If you have a project you would like to have done by highly qualified MBA students, contact Professor Matulich at

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