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Last reminder: Sign up before 27 April | Practice your consultancy skills at Univé

25 April 2017
Work in progress at Univé
  • Do you want to develop your consultancy skills?
  • Are you interested in advising the management of a major insurance company?
  • Do you wish to obtain 5 ECTS credits?

Then join the course Business Research & Consulting and compose an advice for Univé concerning their regional locations policy.


Summary

For: 2nd and 3rd year BSc students and MSc students from all degree programmes
When : block 2.2 (starting asap)
Duration: 8 weeks
Application : send your CV to Nienke van den Berg at h.j.van.den.berg@rug.nl
Deadline : Thursday 27 April


About the assignment

For an assignment for major insurance company we are looking for modelling expertise. Especially students in econometrics and marketing intelligence are very welcome. The assignment focuses on getting (new) optimal locations of several fysical stores in the Northern regions (including city of Groningen), related to current commercial function of the stores, and related to the future role of stores in the Marketing & Sales strategy.  What is the best place to have/open a (new) store? And/or could be sufficient to serve current customers? In addition investigate whether the other regional stores are located on a good location/place?

More information about the company of Unive Insurances: www.unive.com


Interested?

Find info about Business Research & Consulting at www.rug.nl/feb/brc

Last modified:25 April 2017 2.15 p.m.

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