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INDIA TODAY : MIND ROCKS 2016, Youth Summit

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Teachers’ Day celebrations at JBS….a great show put up by the students!

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Janmashtmi Celebration at JBS, Noida

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Account-based marketing (ABM)

Account-based marketing (ABM) is a strategy that targets high-value accounts (accounts that can generate high revenue if a deal closes) rather than targeting leads. The goal of ABM is to improve efficiency and gain higher revenue from marketing efforts while using fewer resources.

Instead of broad-reaching marketing campaigns that touch the largest possible number of prospective customers, an ABM strategy focuses resources on a defined set of targeted accounts and employs personalized campaigns designed to close deals. ABM enlists tactics like mapping accounts to IP addresses to get the likely buyers or stakeholders in a purchase.

Companies are attracted to ABM for several reasons, including the following:
Better use of marketing resources by focusing on a smaller number of accounts.
Better alignment between marketing and sales departments.
The ability to close bigger deals within targeted accounts.
The ability to increase pipeline velocity, or to close deals faster.
Greater ability to track results given a narrower number of accounts to track and better use of data on accounts and prospects.
More personalized, efficient marketing strategy.

There are some downsides of account-based marketing, however, including the following:
ABM is still early adopter technology and requires solid understanding of customer attributes and data.
Most ABM vendors currently use a pooled IP lookup tool, which is not always 100% accurate.
ABM requires manual work in mapping IP addresses, for example, to customer accounts.
ABM requires a platform, which is another technology you need to invest in. So there are some costs involved in establishing ABM.

JBS invites Professor Michael Leslie, tenured Professor at University of Florida, Global Leadership Trainer and Developer, to conduct Leadership Development Workshop for management students.

JBS invites Professor Michael Leslie, tenured Professor at University of Florida, Global Leadership Trainer and Developer, to conduct Leadership Development Workshop for management students. Mr Leslie’s specialization lies in the area of Leadership and Team Development, Diversity Empowerment, and Organizational Change & Effective Business Communication.
The purpose of this course is to give students the fundamentals being a leader and motivate them to exercise leadership effectively as their natural self expression.This course of leadership and its practice is applicable to all aspects of life, including personal and family leadership, group and organizational leadership in any arena such as business, politics, and government, and any other aspect of life in which students are committed to making a difference

Competency Development program on Business Research and Analytics in June, 2016.

JBS organised a Competency Development program on Business Research and Analytics in June, 2016.The CDP had been designed to address the problems of both industry and academia in understanding, designing and analyzing data for good academic / industry research and better decision making. The program drew substantial participation from academicians and research scholars.

 

JBS invites Dr. Patrick McNamara, Director of International Studies at University of Nebraska, Omaha

JBS invites Dr. Patrick McNamara, Director of International Studies at University of Nebraska, Omaha, to conduct a social entrepreneurship course for MBA students. Mr. McNamara has been associated with JBS since 2011. His specialization lies in the areas of conflict resolution and negotiation, sustainable development, sustainable development, social entrepreneurship, and civic leadership.

Given all the problems our world faces —in teaching, technology, health care, or finance — we need more social entrepreneurs and change makers. Progress against these problems will be intolerably slow if only 3% to 5% of the world’s population thinks they can solve them. The objective of the course is to introduce JBS students to the field of social entrepreneurship so that they can alter the status quo and bring a change in the society. Also, the course focuses on promoting dialogue on key issues involved in social entrepreneurism and providing opportunities to students for personal and professional reflection.

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