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Industry Intelligence Announces i2partnership With Cal Poly Orfalea College Packaging Program
Industry Intelligence Inc. partners with Orfalea College of Business at the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, ranked one of the country’s best undergraduate business schools by Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Through the i2partnership, Cal Poly Orfalea College faculty receives a 4-seat license to Industry Intelligence i2dashboard service as well as a 20-seat license to Industry Intelligence i2daily service. The College may also utilize Industry Intelligence packaging content in communications to students and alumni.
As part of the partnership, Industry Intelligence will be a sponsor of the FreshPack Conference on May 20–21, 2013. In addition, Cal Poly Orfalea College will communicate quarterly to students and alumni about the benefits of Industry Intelligence services. Industry Intelligence’
“We’re pleased to be partnering with Cal Poly and to have Dr. Jay Singh as a distinguished packaging authority contributing to the Industry Intelligence i2blog,” said Rami Ghandour, CEO of Industry Intelligence. “It is gratifying when academics rely on our market intelligence.”
Alumni of Cal Poly have gone on to work for companies that are also Industry Intelligence clients including: PepsiCo, xpedx, Target and Neenah Paper.
To learn more about the Industry Intelligence i2partnership initiative and inquire about a partnership for your association, please contact Dan Rivard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About California Polytechnic State University Orfalea College of Business
At the Orfalea College of Business, students learn by doing. To ensure their success in a modern global economy, Cal Poly give them hands-on access to advanced technical facilities, exceptional faculty members, and like-minded peers who are preparing themselves to be the next generation of business leaders.
The Packaging Program is designed to capitalize on theories and skills learned in other disciplines thereby uniquely preparing students for success as packaging professionals in positions ranging from highly technical research and development to purchasing, production, sales and management