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Wharton India Club’s 12-Day Trek

We did warn them. Look left, right, left again and pray before you stick your hand out to stop traffic. And then cross the road. This winter, Tushar Singla (WG ’18) and I had the opportunity to lead Wharton India Club’s largest ever India Trek. Organizing a trip for nearly 70 people across 5 states

Wharton MBA Student Starts Tax Company

Wharton MBA student Andre Ellis Jr. has created an on-demand startup company called Taxes Served that is looking to transform the tax preparation industry by offering a digital platform that connects users with experienced tax professionals. The goal for Ellis was to create something that would help improve the financial situation for low-income communities. Prior

Wharton Startup ZEV Set to Facilitate Electric Vehicle Sales

In a world facing climate change, how can we increase electric vehicle (EV) sales? Introducing ZEV’s software solution for automakers and dealerships   I am launching ZEV to help dealerships and automakers sell more electric vehicles by providing consumers with technical information and specific advice on purchasing an electric vehicle for the first time. We

Wharton MBA team wins Case Competition at Fuqua

UPenn Wharton MBA team wins Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition at Fuqua The Wharton team outlasted a field of 34 teams to win the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition, focused on renewable energy development in rural Kenya. MKOPA—a residential solar company operating in East Africa—asked top MBA’s across the country: “How should MKOPA

Penn Foodie Startup NomGoGo Reaches 300 Customers

After reaching 300 customers in under 2 months, Penn-founded foodie startup NomGoGo plans to continue to expand as it provides high quality, convenient meals for group eating experiences. Given this milestone, I sat down with Chen Feng, CEO and founder of NomGoGo, to discuss the company journey and her vision for sustained growth. Chen Feng

Diwali Party

On October 19th, 2017, 300 students across Wharton dressed up in some of the finest Indian clothing I have ever seen.  Was it for a fancy wedding? Nope.  A festival? Yup.  The festival we were celebrating was the oft-heard Diwali, the festival of lights.  The festival is celebrated for a variety of reasons across India,

Wharton Marketing Conference 2017: “Invisible Branding” and Human Elements Key Features in the Digital Age

At the Wharton MBA Marketing Conference on “Connecting with Customers in the Digital Age,” speakers from Jetblue, P&G, J&J, Siggi’s Dairy, Urban Outfitters, Comcast, Glossier, Philadelphia 76ers, Cotopaxi, world-of-mouth consultancy Fizz, and analytics company Bluelabs provided lots of insights into the ever-evolving world of consumer marketing. A couple of key themes that I noticed were “invisible

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