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Business Ed featured Lubin School of Business Dean Lawrence G. Singleton in "Transitions | September 2020 Individuals in the industry step up and move on."

09/23/2020

Business Ed featured Lubin School of Business Dean Lawrence G. Singleton in "Transitions | September 2020 Individuals in the industry step up and move on."

Pace University in New York City has appointed Lawrence G. Singleton dean of the Lubin School of Business. Singleton most recently served as dean and professor of accounting and international business at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. He was previously a member of the faculty of the School of Business at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He also has served as a visiting professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management in France and Peking University in China. Previously, Singleton worked in the audit and National SEC Practice groups of Ernst & Young LLP’s Washington office. He currently serves on the Board of Governors of Beta Gamma Sigma.

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CEOWORLD magazine featured Lubin School of Business in "Top Hospitality And Hotel Management Institutes In New York, 2020"

09/21/2020

CEOWORLD magazine featured Lubin School of Business in "Top Hospitality And Hotel Management Institutes In New York, 2020"

Lubin School of Business at Pace University: Pace University has continuously bagged the top spot in the nation for imparting transformative and diverse education to the students. The university caters to all spheres of education and produces graduates who are well versed academically, professionally, and socioeconomically. From its one-room humble beginnings, the college now has a campus spread across New York and Westchester Country. With more than 13,000 students, 150 majors, the hospitality course, and an upper hand in both practical and theoretical education the university remains a top-pick for candidates who want to forge ahead in the hospitality sector. Lubin School of Business at Pace University was ranked No. 55 globally among the Best Hospitality And Hotel Management Schools In The World For 2020, according to the CEOWORLD magazine.

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Broadway World featured Lubin student EB Frances Fehlner in "BWW Blog: So You Think You Can't Dance?"

09/21/2020

Broadway World featured Lubin student EB Frances Fehlner in "BWW Blog: So You Think You Can't Dance?"

As for me, I'm working hard to get my degree in Arts and Entertainment Management at Pace University. Do I think that my years spent as a performer was wasted? Absolutely not. I had so much fun on stage, and I have such fond memories of learning choreography, getting ugly costumes, and the sadness felt after the last performance. Maybe someday I'll get back up there, I don't know! All I know is that in 10 years, I'll be on Broadway, living my childhood dream, even if it's not exactly what I pictured.

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New York County Politics featured Pace University’s Small Business Center director Andrew Flamm in "Rivera Discusses Small Business in the Era of COVID-19"

09/18/2020

New York County Politics featured Pace University’s Small Business Center director Andrew Flamm in "Rivera Discusses Small Business in the Era of COVID-19"

At 7:30 p.m. last night, Rivera hosted a discussion on Facebook about small business survival during the COVID-19 era. The discussion featured two special guests: Meghan Joye, a bar owner on the Lower East Side, and Andrew Flamm, director of Pace University’s Small Business Center.

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During the latter half of the discussion, Andrew Flamm took the floor, explaining what he’s been doing to reach out to individual businesses. In his position, Flamm focuses on capacity building with small business owners, while connecting them to financial resources.

“Our focus is on one-on-one assistance,” said Flamm. “We have professional business advisors; their day job is working with entrepreneurs, many of which are hopefully watching this call today. We conduct our sessions either online, through video chats, by phone, by email… whatever’s most comfortable for you. Our hope is that before too long we’ll be back doing in-person sessions at our lower Manhattan location. But for the time being, it’s all been remote.”

Flamm noted that, while times have been difficult for New York’s business owners, the City is lucky to have an abundance of resources. Specifically, he pointed to the City’s numerous Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), which provide financial assistance to tenants in low-income neighborhoods. Since the pandemic began, Flamm has reported continued success in connecting his clients to those very institutions.

“[CDFIs] offer very favorable loan programs, if your business is in a position to take on debt,” said Flamm. “A lot of places in the country just don’t have those. A couple that come to mind are the Renaissance Economic Development Corporation in Chinatown, the Lower East Side Federal Credit Union. There are others in the City, as well, that are doing really good work.”

Remarkably, he said, there are even options for those who want to start a business in the midst of the COVID-19 era. Although the environment has become more challenging for small business owners, it’s far from inhospitable.

“It’s mostly a matter of what you have available to invest, and whether you have investors who believe in the model,” said Flamm. “Crowdfunding can be a way to tap into your community. But before all that, I would ask whether you have a solid business model and know how you’re going to generate revenue. If there’s a market out there for you, test it.”

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Associated Press featured Pace graduate Telfar Clemens in "Gabriela Hearst, Kerby Jean-Raymond win top fashion awards"

09/15/2020

Associated Press featured Pace graduate Telfar Clemens in "Gabriela Hearst, Kerby Jean-Raymond win top fashion awards"

The CFDA winners also included Telfar Clemens, who won the accessories award, and Christopher John Rogers, who won for American emerging designer. All four were first-time winners. Clemens, the accessories design winner, was born to Liberian parents in New York. He founded his unisex brand, Telfar, while still a student at Pace University. Famous for his popular Telfar “shopping bags,” he is a 2017 winner of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Prize.

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New York Magazine – The Cut featured alumnus and renowned fashion designer Telfar Clemens in "Noooooo! Not Century 21!"

09/11/2020

New York Magazine – The Cut featured alumnus and renowned fashion designer Telfar Clemens in "Noooooo! Not Century 21!"

Designer Telfar Clemens was a longtime customer himself, and has said that he decided to attend Pace University in part because of its proximity to the store.

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