A CSUF Consulting team placed third in a major national competition, the Small Business Institute Project of the Year, competing against about 100 other universities.
Chad Armstrong ’17, Mary Cho ’17, Jonny May ’17 and Rachel Herzog ’18, backed by mentor Bob Godlasky and professor John Bradley Jackson, developed a comprehensive marketing plan for client Open Castings.
Open Castings is an online platform that allows actors to audition for roles and casting directors to find the best candidate. Involved with the client are alums Will and Bill Taormina, who are donors to the Center for Entrepreneurship, and alum Trevor Heath.
We previously covered this story in late February. Both articles are great but the students are really the ones who have shined in this!
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