Loyola Limited is part of a nationwide movement of student run and managed business enterprises. The SRBC, held on Loyola's campus from February 7th to 9th, was a chance to meet and discuss the successes, as well as struggles of running a business as a student. There's no doubt this conference was a success, and the following schools were the reason why:

 

Flyer Enterprises

University of Dayton, OH

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With 9 divisions and over 170 employees, Flyer Enterprises has achieved an unparalleled level of success since opening in 1990. Ranging from coffee to food to storage, they offer students a ton of needed services on campus. 

Click here to learn more!

 

Penn Student Agencies

University of Pennsylvania, PA

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Part of the U Penn community since 1933, PSA maintains a strong presence on campus through their various agencies. From bike rentals to bar-tending classes, they continue adding to their portfolio and providing great services to the students at U Penn. 

Click here to learn more!

 

Northwestern Student Holdings

Northwestern University, IL

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At Northwestern Student Holdings, it's all about "Unleashing your inner entrepreneur". With 7 unique and varied businesses, this motto is truly taken to heart. Founded in 2007, NSH started with just 2 businesses and now employes over 50 students while exceeding $250,000 in annual revenue.

Click here to learn more!

 

Brown Student Agencies

Brown University, RI

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Founded in 1969, BSA is Brown's premier student run business enterprise. They hold a strong presence on campus and in the community and offer much needed services to both students and the people of Providence. 

Click here to learn more!

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The following also sent staff to learn more about student run businesses so they could potentially start one at their own university:

 

Coleman Entrepreneur Institute, DePaul University, IL

Williams College of Business, Xavier University, OH

 

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Thank you to ALL who attended the first annual SRBC and we hope to see everyone back at the second!